Friday, March 28, 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel is ludicrous

5 second plot: A girl is reading a story written by a guy who interviewed a guy who witnessed the life story of M. Gustave, the manager (or something like that) of the Grand Budapest Hotel in the 1930s (right?). The guy who witnessed the life story is Zero, the lobby boy that became a good friend of M. Gustave.

5 second review: It's your typical Wes Anderson movie. The same visual watermark and style as always. Only this time it's not as boring as it sometimes can become, when he drowns in his own typical colorful style. This time it's a great adventure and there is even a little bit of story to be found. If you look really close.

IMDb score: 8,3/10
Our score: 6/10