Director Wes Anderson has recently pioneered a new style of releasing detailed and focused films with “The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)” as a vivid example and a peculiar movie. His upcoming stop-motion animated film “Isle of Dogs (2018)” is another incredible tale that can’t be missed by any family. The search comes after dogs in a dystopian future Japan have been quarantined on the Trash island because of a canine flu outbreak. Notable Hollywood characters such as Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, and Bob Balaban star as dogs (voices) – Atari, Rex, Boss, Duke, King respectively, joined by other characters. The style and manner in which the dogs are presented are ideally unique with rare graphics in the Hollywood industry. The film was inspired by Akira Kurosawa’s work and Rankin-Bass stop-motion Christmas specials. Wes Anderson, who is also the film’s writer hosted a competition for any individual to star in the film, provided he or she donated 10 dollars or more to the Film Foundation, which focuses on the preservation and restoration of film around the globe.