Father issues are never far away in a Wes Anderson film, but they’re perhaps most explicit in The Royal Tenenbaums, a multi-generational mosaic of comic dysfunction. Reprobate Royal (Gene Hackman at his latter-day peak) long ago abandoned his family of child prodigies, and in his absence the offspring have grown into unfulfilled neurotics: widowed financial genius Chas (Ben Stiller), obsessed with the well-being of his sons; adopted daughter Margot (Gwyneth Paltrow), a frustrated playwright; and failed tennis pro Richie (Luke Wilson), who secretly pines for Margot. A compendium of Anderson themes and tropes: stylized production design, vintage soundtrack, and droll performances, capped by Hackman’s wily turn as the manipulative patriarch.