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Oww: Wes Anderson’s Violence All Condensed Into One Supercut

Apparently he likes beating up Owen Wilson a lot.

Wes Anderson’s Violence from Dávid Velenczei on Vimeo.

You wouldn’t normally associate Wes Anderson with violence, but if you’ve seen a few of his films, you know it can get pretty grisly.

For starters, the gunfight in The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou is a pretty grisly reminder that yeah, Bill Murray can be a total action badass. Then, you’ve got the Jeff Goldblum’s… ahem… “accident” with the door in The Grand Budapest Hotel.

If you’ve ever wanted to see all of the violence Wes Anderson’s ever inflicted on his quirky cast of characters, check out the supercut from Dávid Velencze.

(via Nerdist)

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