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The Grand Budapest Hotel Is A Wes Anderson Masterpiece

Lobby boy and Gustave
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Fox Searchlight Pictures

Unsurprisingly, The Grand Budapest Hotel was not only director Wes Anderson’s highest-grossing film but the first to get him an Academy Award nomination for Best Director. It takes almost all of the aspects that make his films unique and combines them into one. The film is packed full of aesthetically pleasing establishing shots, witty dialogue, and quirky characters.

It focuses on a lobby boy named Zero (Tony Revolori) who finds work at the Grand Budapest Hotel, run by the eccentric Monsieur Gustave (Ralph Fiennes). From there, you are thrown into Anderson’s world where nothing can be predicted.