Bill Murray, Bob Balaban, Fisher Stevens, Waris Ahluwalia, and Wally Wolodarsky turn up as this secret-agent-like group of hotel concierges who can solve just about any problem, procure any object.
The Grand Budapest Hotel Is a Thoughtful Comedy About Tragedy Wes Anderson’s Oscar-nominated film does something few art forms have managed: It offers a funny, but respectful, reflection on the
Mar 07, 2014 · On its surface, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a caper, but this Wes Anderson film is also concerned with a complicated slice of 20th-century European culture with some very ugly history.
Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel is very, very Wes Anderson—which is to say that the colors pop, the quirky humor abounds, and your emotions are sneakily toyed with. Few directors have
Mar 14, 2014 · The Grand Budapest Hotel: A zippy, abstract, madcap triumph from Wes Anderson Open this photo in gallery: From left, Tom Wilkinson, Tony Revolori and Owen Wilson in The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Mar 02, 2014 · Wes Anderson’s latest film, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” while set in an imaginary country, conjures a refined prewar Europe threatened by imminent global conflict.
Feb 26, 2014 · The Grand Budapest Hotel is both an example of and an elegy for a certain kind of old-world craft, whose passing the story explicitly mourns. The Grand Budapest is to Moustafa—and to its
The Art of Hospitality: Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ John P. McCarthy March 26, 2014 The rap on Wes Anderson is that his movies are fun to look at but lack substance.
The Grand Budapest Hotel: The World Revolves Around M. Gustave H. Ralph Fiennes as M. Gustave H. In Hugo Guinness’s introduction to The Grand Budapest Hotel’s screenplay, he talks of a friend he and Wes Anderson discussed in parks and cafés in 2007.He was witty, interesting and charming; he was soon to be Gustave.
Now, in “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” he leapfrogs back from the present day to 1985, 1968, and, ultimately, to 1932, to tell a story of work and art, friendship and love that is about the rise
Nov 22, 2018 · Farcical pleasures are plentiful in Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, set in an eastern European republic steeped in Marxism. Groucho, not Karl.
The Grand Budapest Hotel, in important ways, is not like Wes Anderson’s other movies. It’s more violent. The body count is higher.
Yet The Grand Budapest Hotel also offers a glimpse into a disappeared world, a fanciful old Europe before the democratizing forces of the twentieth century fully took hold—which Anderson presents gently and sympathetically, in his trademark storybook style.
Matt Zoller Seitz is the author of «The Wes Anderson Collection», a coffee-table book about the previous Wes Anderson films. He returns with a second book, «The Wes Anderson Collection: The Grand Budapest Hotel», which is devoted to the filming, the writing, the …