RSU’s Fine Arts Film Series will present Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom on April 3 at 7 in the Will Rogers Auditorium. This critically acclaimed film will be shown free and open to the public. Here is what some critics have to say:

Though undeniably smart and charming, “Moonrise Kingdom” loves itself the way the callow Holden Caulfield loves himself: unconditionally. Salinger understood the problem with that. Anderson may not.

Rafer Guzman,Newsday

“Moonrise Kingdom” takes place in a world where everything seems pleasantly faded, where people read crackly-covered library books rather than e-books, and where young people are allowed to be genuinely innocent.

Moira MacDonald,Seattle Times