The Grand Budapest Hotel

The plot can only be described as multifaceted, yet incomparable to any other existing work.


The characters can only be summarized as sublime, sensational, and stellar; with the vigorous and charismatic charm that dispenses an irrevocable and scintillating aura over the timeless portrayals.

The cinematography can only be as expected from the eclectic and distinct ingenuity of Mr. Wes Anderson; though this endeavor boasts the most memorable application yet.


The overall unanimity vociferates the magnificence that the many units of language are eloquently strung together—thus—forging a melodic and classic masterpiece.


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