The Grand Budapest Hotel 2014
Title: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Release year: 2014

A writer encounters the owner of an aging high-class hotel, who tells him of his early years serving as a lobby boy in the hotel’s glorious years under an exceptional concierge.

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Rated 4 out of 5
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Rated 4 out of 5

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a visually stunning, darkly comedic film directed by Wes Anderson and released in 2014. The movie tells the story of Gustave H., a legendary concierge at the Grand Budapest Hotel in the fictional Republic of Zubrowka, and his young protege, Zero Moustafa.

The film is set in the 1930s and features an impressive ensemble cast including Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori, Saoirse Ronan, and Tilda Swinton. The characters are quirky and memorable, with each performance adding to the overall charm of the movie.

The film’s visual style is one of its biggest strengths, with Anderson’s signature symmetrical shots and vivid colors creating a whimsical and dreamlike atmosphere. The production design, costumes, and makeup are all top-notch, transporting viewers to the fantastical world of the Grand Budapest Hotel.

At its heart, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a story about friendship and loyalty in the face of adversity. Gustave and Zero’s unlikely bond is touching and provides an emotional anchor to the film’s zany antics and thrilling chase sequences.

Overall, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a delightful and enchanting movie that showcases Anderson’s unique vision and storytelling style. It is a must-watch for fans of his previous work and anyone looking for a visually stunning and entertaining film.

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Director: Wes Anderson
Actor: Adrien Brody,Alfred Hänel,Anna Rademacher,Arwin Lobedann,Ben Howard,Bernhard Kremser,Bill Murray,Birgit Müller,Bob Balaban,Bohumil Váchal,Carl Sprague,Claudia Jung,Daniel Steiner,Dar Ronge,Darin Damjanow,David Adamik,David Cioffi,Dirk Bossmann,Ed Munro,Edward Norton,Enrico Hoffmann,F. Murray Abraham,Fisher Stevens,Florian Lukas,Francesco Zippel,Frank Jacob,Gabriel Rush,Georg Rittmannsperger,Georg Tryphon,Gerald Sullivan,Gisela Bech,Giselda Volodi,Golo Euler,Gyula Lukács,Hannes Wegener,Hans-Marrin Stier,Harvey Keitel,Heike Hanold-Lynch,Heinz-Werner Jeschkowski,Hendrik von Bültzingslöwen,Jason Schwartzman,Jeff Goldblum,Jella Niemann,Jeno Orosz,John Peet,Jude Law,Jutta Westphal,Jürgen Schwämmle,Karl Markovics,Kunichi Nomura,Larry Pine,Léa Seydoux,Lennart Meyer,Lisa Kreuzer,Lucas Hedges,Manfred Lindner,Manpreet Gerlach,Marcel Mazur,Marie Goyette,Mario Rohn,Marko Dyrlich,Mathieu Amalric,Matthias Holfert,Matthias Matschke,Michael Benthin,Michaela Caspar,Milton Welsh,Monika Krüger,Moritz Hepper,Neal Huff,Oliver Claridge,Oliver Hazell,Owen Wilson,Paul Schlase,Philipp Sonntag,Piet Paes,Rainer Reiners,Ralph Fiennes,Reinhold Hegelow,Renate Klein,Robert Bienas,Robin Hurlstone,Roman Berger,Roy Macready,Sabine Euler,Sabine Urig,Saoirse Ronan,Steffen Nixdorf,Steffen Scheumann,Tilda Swinton,Tom Wilkinson,Tony Revolori,Ursula Kuhnt,Uwe Holoubek,Volker Michalowski,Wallace Wolodarsky,Waris Ahluwalia,Wendy Kay,Willem Dafoe,Wolfgang Czeczor,Wolfram Nielacny