The Grand Budapest Hotel
Comedy • R • 2014 • 1 hr 40 min
It’s perfect, it really is. The cinematography, plot, characters, humor, drama, confusion. Perfect. On the edge of my seat with investment!
Arguably the best Wes Anderson movie. Stunning visuals and cinematography, witty, self-aware humor, and amazing performances all around.
Amazing movie. Great plot. Amazingly wonderful cinematic. A must watch.
If u think this film will be good, it will rise to all the standards of the cinematography I didint knowu had Especially the iconic humor
Love a bit of Wes Anderson. The cast, the colours, the story… what’s not to like?
What a fun ride. Would love to watch again on a big screen to catch all the yummy details.
The visual storytelling is brilliantly clever and a delight to the eyes. Playfulness and sense of humor, full of thoughtful details. A+
Very neat and cozy, whilst comic and fun
It's a funny story with interesting characters, but the slow pace makes it kinda hard to watch through
With gorgeous palettes and planometric composition, Anderson‘s surreal style makes a murder mystery & prison break feel whimsical. Watch it.
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