Cinemaworld Lincoln is celebrating the dog days of summer by reviving this spring’s canine adventure for a few morning matinees. Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs is incredible to look at, a dystopian fantasy about an evil ruler, his adopted son, and a sinister plan to rid Japan of all its canines. (It might be the most Wes Anderson-ish Wes Anderson movie of all, so if you hate his cutesier eccentricities this one probably won’t win you over.) It’s smart and funny, and the stop-motion animation is stellar. The huge supporting voice cast (Yoko Ono! Tilda Swinton! Greta Gerwig!) is great, with Frances McDormand a particular standout as a government interpreter.