Fifth about The Seventh

The Grand Budapest Hotel

The Grand Budapest Hotel: despite its peculiar brand of humor, emotional detachment and gallery of weird characters, the intricate story told by this film touches the right (mostly sorrowful) notes. Anchored by a convincing performance by Ralph Fiennes, the whole (enormous) cast is all a pleasure to watch. Visually, as one can expect in anything by Wes Anderson, this is a great example of precise and stylized (but not overly precious) filmmaking; the same can be said about Alexandre Desplat’s score.

Read also:

Moonrise Kingdom

Fantastic Mr. Fox

The Darjeeling Limited

The Royal Tenenbaums

 

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