One of Wes Anderson's greatest tropes -- besides a muted color palate, vintage Brooks Brothers, and a penchant for '60s psychedelia -- is his ability to find undiscovered talent. Wallace Wolodarsky was a veteran television writer and director (he wrote for "The Simpsons" during the first four seasons) before he was cast in "Rushmore" and "Fantastic Mr. Fox." Wolodarsky's voice work for Kylie, the unassuming accomplice in Mr. Fox's poultry thievery, is pure comic relief. The rotund superintendent might play second fiddle to Mr. Fox, but his stony demeanor and his predilection for zoning out, with his eyes twirling in a hypnotic daze, are a high point in Wes Anderson's stop-motion masterpiece.