Noah Baumbach, of Frances Ha & Wes Anderson collab fame, matures in The Meyerowitz Stories. Thematically, he meets Anderson in being drawn to building complex family structures, whose members are mildly neurotic. (Hard not to have the feeling that the Meyerowitz are the Tenenbaums’ neighbours.) But where the Tenenbaums felt highly stylised, a collection of perfectly designed characters, Baumbach’s imaginary family feels more raw, authentic and unpredictable. The dialogue’s fluidity and dynamic is a joy to follow. And Adam Sandler feels back in his Punch-Drunk Love shoes.