Wes Anderson's latest film is a stop-motion animation about dogs and has a Japanese vibe to it despite it being filmed not too far from the real Isle of Dogs. The rulers of a Japanese city have a dislike of dogs and come up with a plan to have them removed to an island off the coast. When one of the leaders kids decides to head over to the island to find his dog, a group of them decide to escape the island and return to the mainland.
I enjoyed this. Wes has a knack for making good films that don't do anything remarkable and this is another of those, not bad, but not great. I think there's a pun in the title too. "Isle of Dogs" or "I love dogs"?