Rushmore, Rush-less: Wes Anderson's Films, From Worst to Best
Focus Features

Believe it or not, Wes Anderson has been making movies for two decades now: The director who once defined youthful, oddball outsiderism is now a veteran, a institution. But what's most remarkable about his career — consisting of seven features, and a healthy number of shorts and commercials — has been its staggering consistency. Over these twenty years, Anderson has been meticulously building his own very unique world, and as his new film The Grand Budapest Hotel opens today, we decided to look over Anderson's career and rank his major works. Where do your favorites place?