Manolo says, fool the Manolo five times, shame on the Manolo.
This is the problem that the Manolo has with the movies of the Wes Anderson: the advertising always promises that the movie will be most hilarious. (Indeed, what could be funnier than Bill Murray and Bruce Willis playing the pair of old codgers?) And yet, the Manolo can assure you from hard-won experience that, at best, this new movie will be only mildly amusing.
Yes, it will be twee, so very, very, very twee. With the twee costuming, and the twee mood setting, and the twee music.
Will it be funny? Not so much.
Instead, it will be largely annoying.