Director – Wes Anderson
Cast – Ralph Fiennes and Tony Revolori
When it comes to filmmaking, Wes Anderson has a unique style which can’t be assessed by any director. His technique, elegance and bravura is incomparable and makes us feel like we’re watching a piece of art. Set in the 1930s, The Grand Budapest Hotel narrates you a typical cat and mouse story which takes place between two parties and is also accompanied by loads of affection, friendship and pugnacity.
Complemented by few ingenious characters which differ from continence to ferociousness, Anderson’s archetypal approach in filming the movie in a conventional way provokes you more and enlightens your visual experience.
Grand Budapest Hotel is matchless attainment in film-making, absolutely one-of-a-kind. Ralph Fiennes implausible performance and Anderson’s distinct flair can be witnessed all over the film which makes it a must watch!