Aswin Sivaraman’s review published on Letterboxd :
Though Isle of Dogs tells a fairly simple but extremely heartwarming story, the film should be known for its unprecedented technical feats in stop-motion. This is a landmark movie in terms size and scope, with the astonishing level of meticulousness and detail that people have come to love from Wes. The Japanese backdrop is superbly made and neatly contains the characters and lore. An essential release for 2018.