Since "The Royal Tenebaums" slapped a bevy of cinema's biggest names onto its marquee, every subsequent Wes Anderson film has seemingly been judged on its roll call of choleric heavyweights (Gene Hackman) and glorious has-beens (James Caan). A loaded cast? "Moonrise Kingdom" has that in spades. But next to smitten pen pals, Sam and Suzy, the adults on New Penzance seem somehow inconsequential to the plot. Both characters are refreshingly original, but in Anderson's landscape, roiling in testosterone, bookish Suzy stood out for her haughty attitude, her smokey eyeshadow, and the portable record player she lugged around as requisite survival gear.