The Grand Budapest Hotel Reviews and Ratings
Anderson is no realist. This movie makes a marvelous mockery of history, turning its horrors into a series of graceful jokes and mischievous gestures. You can call this escapism if you like. You can also think of it as revenge.
Wes Anderson continues his tryst with quirky storytelling. If you liked Moonrise Kingdom, you’ll love The Grand Budapest Hotel. It’s like a slice of Mille fuille (better known as the Napoleon pastry). Elegantly decorated, deliciously crusty and delightfully creamy. Savour every bite.
A perfect little gem in an imperfect world…