From FACT: A box set of soundtracks from the movies of tweedy cult director Wes Anderson is on its way this year, following the release of his latest picture, The Grand Budapest Hotel. The release celebrates the long-running collaboration...Show More Summary
This weekend, as you search for a movie to watch, you can either go see The Grand Budapest Hotel or pick one of approximately 14 billion choices available to stream over a variety of services, be it Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, On Demand, or various rental options. Every Friday, Vulture tries... More »
Josh Horowitz of MTV News bumped into Jeff Goldblum on the street downtown, and after the pair chatted about The Grand Budapest Hotel, the actor invited the Horowitz to Goldblum's, his brand-new restaurant, and well, things seem to have gotten a bit weird after that. Show More Summary
The release of a new Wes Anderson film has been a highly anticipated event among the quirky filmmaker's fans ever since his breakout success "Rushmore" in 1998.
As The Grand Budapest Hotel hits theaters, hotelier Sean MacPherson channels the quirky visual sensibilities of Wes Anderson in his two New York City properties, the Bowery and Jane Hotels.
On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies—and the occasional TV show—in full, spoiler-filled detail. Below, Slate film critic Dana Stevens talks with senior editor David Haglund, video producer Chris Wade, and staff writer Forrest Wickman about The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson's vivid ode to nostalgia. Show More Summary
Opening Everywhere: 300: Rise of an Empire, Mr. Peabody & Sherman Opening Somewhere: The Grand Budapest Hotel FilmDrunk Suggests: Every time you see a Wes Anderson movie, Vince’s jeans shrink one size. Check out Vince’s review of The Grand Budapest Hotel and if you need me, I’ll be giggling with delight at Mr. Show More Summary
Last week in New York I had the extraordinary experience of sitting down with two actors I've admired for literally decades: Jeff Goldblum and Willem Dafoe. Discussing Wes Anderson's new film, Grand Budapest Hotel, they not only shared...Show More Summary
Wes Anderson's THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL opens today! Celebrate by booking a trip to any of these famed movie inns.
Wes Anderson's newest film, "The Grand Budapest Hotel", is a charming confection, equal parts broad physical comedy and wistful nostalgia, all held together with his trademark stylization. On March 1st, he came to Chicago by train for a quick overnight stop to introduce a screening of the film at Chicago's Music Box Theatre. Show More Summary
This weekend Wes Anderson's latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, opens in theaters, but this one resort you can't actually check into. The movie is set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowka in the 1930s and, true to Anderson's style, takes viewers along on a whimsical caper involving a stolen painting and a group of wealthy Zubrowkans.
I have an old friend who grew up in the years before World War II living in the grand hotels of Europe, where his father was a film salesman. He regaled me with tales of his adventures in these fashionable hostelries, with unlimited room service, obliging concierges and lots of raffish characters hanging around the lobbies. Show More Summary
Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel (review here) hits theaters in limited release today, and thus, what better time than now to take the multi-faceted art works of his back catalog and boil them down into a single unit so that they may be incorporated into a crude ranking system? I can think of few better ways to start fights among friends.
The Grand Budapest Hotel Dir. Wes Anderson [Fox Searchlight Pictures; 2014] by Jeffrey Dunn Rovinelli Rating: The Grand Budapest Hotel is nominally concerned with the picaresque exploits of M. Gustav, an old world hotelier (Ralph Fiennes),...Show More Summary
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Wes Anderson’s style continues to evolve, and so must Wes Anderson Bingo. With The Grand Budapest Hotel out this week, it’s time for a revised and expanded edition of the Wes Anderson Bingo board, with several new squares—for a total of more than 40 possible squares—representing the latest elements of Anderson’s style. Show More Summary
With its title alone, Wes Anderson's new film, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," conjures up a vision of Old World elegance. Though the movie is set in a fictionalized European city, hotels play starring roles in the Hungarian capital, headlining a blockbuster renovation sweeping from Castle Hill in Buda to newly brightened Kossuth Square in Pest.
Inspired by Wes Anderson‘s The Grand Budapest Hotel releasing in theatres today, fragrance retailer Nose partner with Twentieth Century Fox on the “L’Air de Panache” eau de cologne. Created by Mark Buxton, British perfumer of 25 years, the cologne carries notes of… L’Air de Panache Cologne for Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a post by Elaine YJ Lee on Selectism.
"You're like the flower in the still life." And the other wonderful things he said about The Grand Budapest Hotel.