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Rated R · 99 minutes · 2014
The unmatched peculiarity of the dialogue, the kaleidoscope of colors, and the boundless absurdities of the characters – they define the work of filmmaker Wes Anderson. And though he already has a healthy cult following thanks to Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, and The Life Aquatic, The Grand Budapest Hotel is the best film he’s ever made. More approachable than the rest while also not compromising his unique way of doing things, Budapest introduces us to a refined yet randy concierge (Ralph Fiennes), who must try to save his good name after being accused of murdering an aging heiress and frequent guest at his hotel. He busts out of a European prison with the help of a lobby boy (Tony Revolori), who reflects on the whole wild affair 30 years on. It’s the best movie of the year so far, a distinction it will likely hold for a while.
Official Site: www.grandbudapesthotel.com
Director: Wes Anderson
Producer: Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Steven Rales, Jeremy Dawson, Molly Cooper, Charlie Woebcken, Christoph Fisser and Henning Molfenter
Cast: Ralph Fiennes, F. Abraham, Mathieu Amalric, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Jeff Goldblum, Jude Law, Harvey Keitel, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Saoirse Ronan, Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton, Tom Wilkinson, Owen Wilson and Tony Revolori

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Gambit 2014: The Year in Film Ken Korman's Top 10 list of personal favorites from the films that debuted in New Orleans during 2014. by Ken Korman 12/22/2014
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NUVO The Grand Budapest Hotel: More real than real A creation this engaging, funny, melancholic and agreeably odd deserves to be seen now. by Ed Johnson-Ott 03/21/2014
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Charleston City Paper The Grand Budapest Hotel may not be Wes Anderson at his deepest As fascinating — and maddening — as it can be watching the arguments that emerge between the fans and detractors of any given filmmaker, it can be almost more fascinating watching fans argue amongst themselves. by Scott Renshaw 03/19/2014
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Colorado Springs Independent The Grand Budapest Hotel: Even when Wes Anderson overreaches, he somehow succeeds It feels like there's something going on besides an elaborate caper framework, but I'll be damned if I'm ready to figure out exactly what that something is. by Scott Renshaw 03/26/2014
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