This is a typical Wes Anderson film; it has style, but it’s lost on the substance. It’s Anderson’s stylistic film-making on display. The story about the dogs is somewhat interesting, but the human characters lack depth. Overall, the story was is just boring; it’s a struggle to find it interesting. You would think the story would be a love letter to dog lovers, but it loses its appeal with its light storyline. Even with its lightheartedness, this film is not for children. The movie has great style and animation, but it lacks substance. This film isn’t worth a watch.