Sunday, April 20, 2014

Grand Budapest Hotel movie review

Story: An intelligent comedy about an influential concierge. A story by film maker Wes Anderson.
Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight

This fictional world set in a hotel in a time period that probably took place both in pre-WWII and post-WWII. The delivery of the story was done in a creative manner. The introductions of the characters seems like Tim Burtonish. They are out of the ordinary.

Monsieur Gustave H is the main character of the story that may appear as an antihero. But I love this character for his charisma, suave manner. The lobby boy Zero is also a unique character. There are character developments for him in the future.

The other characters will surprise you when you see the actors who plays the part. The characters seems to come out of a story book. The comedy is for smart audiences. This movie requires audiences who like to be stimulated in their thinking caps.

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