The title of writer/director Noah Baumbach's latest film, "While We're Young," is as much a plaintive assertion as a description of Josh and Cornelia's status. In their mid-forties, on the cusp of having to reconcile themselves to their personal and professional choices, Josh and Cornelia encounter a nagging challenge to any complacency through Jamie and Darby, hip twenty-somethings.
Film directors crave recognition as distinctive, unique voices and stylists. Add a bonus for entertainment value, and this achievement becomes exceedingly rare. But not for writer/director Wes Anderson whose signature defines his films as definitively HIS--a combination of an offbeat, appealing humor and an atypical, stylistic presentation. Anderson is, in essence, fresh and original.