If you’re searching for a movie that is going to make you laugh and feel like you are dreaming, you should definitely watch the new Scott Rudin production, called The Grand Budapest Hotel. The film has an amazing style and it has the power to make the public feel good, by showing a really interesting story, involving complex characters, played by gifted actors. In case you are familiar with any works of the very talented writer and director Wes Anderson, you would not be surprised that The Grand Budapest Hotel is another success for him.
The Grand Budapest Hotel tells the story of M. Gustave, who works at this very famous European Hotel, and a lobby boy Zero. It is all happening between the wars and it all looks like a real life cartoon. Together, Gustave and Zero get into some troubles, fighting for a fortune and living crazy adventures. Somehow, the story involves a Renaissance super expensive and unique painting, some old lady sexy stuff and many other different circumstances.
It is very important to mention the outstanding cast, starring celebrities like Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, Jude Law, Bill Murray, Mathieu Amalric, Adrien Brody and many other young new stars and experienced titans of the today’s movie world. It may be one of the best movies of the year and there is also a chance it will bring Oscar consideration to the very talented Ralph Fiennes, for playing the leading role of M. Gustave.
Be ready to experience an unbelievable adventure that will stay in your mind and will warm your heart. A hard laugh is guaranteed as the humor in this movie is rated as very high and qualitative. Brought to us by 20th Century Fox, The Grand Budapest Hotel promises to be more than a movie. It is an absolutely outstanding fairy tale for adults that will surely create an immense impression on the public. This is a movie that has it all. It has a perfect story and an extraordinary cast. It is directed by one of the best movie directors that have ever existed and is simply different from everything you have seen so far.