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The Grand Budapest Hotel
A British-German comedy-drama starring Ralph Fiennes.
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The Grand Budapest Hotel

English
AdventureComedyDrama
25 Jul, 2014
1 hrs 39 mins
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GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune -- all against the back-drop of a suddenly and dramatically changing Continent.
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From Hollywood comes another instant classic. The Grand Budapest Hotel is an epic ride of fantasy, comedy, satire and beauty. Wes Anderson, of The Royal Tennebaums and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, has delivered a movie which can be enjoyed by each and everyone. With an amazing cast, we are treated to an original ... ...Read full review
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" is the movie that Wes Anderson has been hinting at and promising for 15 years. It has wit and yet doesn`t short-circuit emotion, style that`s more than a gesture or attitude, and good scenes that don`t only stand alone but that build and become part of a substantial whole. It is every bit what people think of when they think of a Wes Anderson movie, only this time the gap between the talent and the achievement is gone. ...Read full review
One of the more frequent accusations leveled at Wes Anderson that hes a filmmaker who favors style over substance will ring even hollower than usual after The Grand Budapest Hotel, a captivating 1930s-set caper whose innumerable surface pleasures might just seduce you into overlooking its sly intelligence and depth of feeling. As intricately layered as a Dobos torte and nearly as rich, this twisty tale of murder, theft, conspiracy and unlikely friendship finds its maker in an unusually ambitious and expansive mood still arranging his characters in detail-perfect dioramas, to be sure, but with a bracing awareness of the fascism, war and decay about to encroach upon their lovingly hand-crafted world. The result is no musty nostalgia trip but rather a vibrant and imaginative evocation of a bygone era, with a brilliant lead performance from Ralph Fiennes that lends Andersons latest exercise in artifice a genuine soul. ...Read full review
Layers of differing consistency, perfectly harnessed flavours inventively brought together to complement each other as well as to throw up the odd surprise, covered with icing and embellishment to make for a seductively attractive treat, one that beckons those within range - and tempts those watching from afar. Nobody does cinematic confectionary quite as painstakingly as the delightful Wes Anderson, a director who unabashedly tosses aside realism in favour of dreamy impressionism. ...Read full review
Wes Anderson is Hollywood`s Lewis Carroll - and The Grand Budapest Hotel is his Wonderland. Set in the imaginary Eastern European republic of Zubrowska, in the delicately hysterical years between two World Wars, the Grand Budapest Hotel is a lacy handkerchief of nostalgia, a naughty piece of silky lingerie - and a dagger soaked in blood. ...Read full review