Watched Moonrise Kingdom tonight.
It was bittersweet, beautifully shot, and just quirky enough to be endearing without coming across as up its own ass. If you're familiar with Wes Anderson, you probably know if you'll like it or not already. The dialogue is fantastic, with a touch of surrealism that reminds you that despite how natural the characters' speech is, they aren't real, and never could be. Not much I didn't like, to be honest.
This reminds me, a couple of days ago I saw Sing in the theatre.
I wouldn't say I recommend it. It was saccharine and tried to do too much, attempting somewhat hamfisted development in nearly every character in only 108 minutes. For a kids' film though, it was pretty good. The voice acting was great, even from the more notably voiced actors cast (John C. Reilly). The dialogue was a little simple, but unclunky and relatively realistic. Exposition was abundant but not terrible, as it was sprinkled throughout the film. All in all, it was okay. Good if you have kids under, say, 12, but I wouldn't watch it again.