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Both are great Stop-Motion films, but Isle of Dogs has a much better story.
Isle of Dogs has a clumsy narrative structure, but that seems consonant with the pseudo-Japanese milieu of the film.
Both are flawed in some severe ways, but I think I preferred the good things about Isle of Dogs. If only there weren't all that obnoxious racial insensitivity.
Recently saw IOD and really loved it but doesn´t stand a chance against a classic as The Nightmare Before Christmas