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The Grand Budapest Hotel

ages 16+ | 89 % Say It's Worth Your Time

In the 1930s, the Grand Budapest Hotel is a popular European ski resort, presided over by concierge Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes). Zero, a junior lobby boy, becomes Gustave's friend and protege. Gustave prides himself on providing first-class service to the hotel's guests, including satisfying the sexual needs of the many elderly women who stay there. When one of Gustave's lovers dies mysteriously, Gustave finds himself the recipient of a priceless painting and the chief suspect in her murder.


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  • (Male) Entertainment Weekly

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    The Grand Budapest Hotel turns into an avaricious wartime chase thriller, with stops for an episode at a criminal internment camp (where Gustave participates in a great escape) and also for a toboggan race that out-jaw-drops anything you saw in the recent Olympics. It's all nudged along by a wonderful timpani-driven score by Alexandre Desplat that does for this movie what his music in Fantastic Mr. Fox did for that one: makes it hum with intricate momentum. The Grand Budapest Hotel is still every inch a Wes Anderson film, but a new breed of one, since Anderson, for the first time, is out to enchant us without ''saying'' anything. For me that lets him say more... See Full Review

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  • (Male) Catholic News Service

    Mature 18+ | Worth Your Time

    As a collection of deadpan segments, it's likely to please Anderson's fans. However, this saga of a European concierge who dreams of lost grandeur and romances his hotel's aging female clientele, recounted like a fable, is without a moral or even a clear ending. So non-devotees should consider themselves warned... See Full Review

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  • (Male) Michael Medved Show

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    The film is fascinating visually, like an old tented postcard offering visions of a lost world. And the marvelous cast is consistently satisfying , but for all the artistry and nostalgic atmosphere, even spell-bound viewers may come out of the theater as to the movie's basic point... See Full Review

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  • clearplay.com

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Director Wes Anderson is the King of Quirk, and Grand Budapest is no exception. Look for his trademark oddball characters, peculiar stylized action, and weird symmetrical compositions to draw attention to themselves. But there is an odd charm to the movie that belies its black comedy roots. If you’re a fan of Anderson, stay in the Penthouse. If you’re just visiting, maybe try checking in for the night to see if you’ll like the accommodations... See Full Review

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Okfor ages12+