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What We've Been Watching: Wordplay, Lego Movie, and The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wordplay (2006 documentary)????A thoroughly enjoyable look at crossword puzzles, both those who create them and those who solve them including Will Shortz of the New York Times and those who compete annually in the national crossword tournament. Show More Summary

Brad Pitt's Fury Now Opening Much Earlier Than Expected

In August, the big "Oscar" picture is broad and unclear. Movies like Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel have their supporters, but several films with Academy Award aspirations will make bold moves in the coming weeks to better position themselves in what’s expected to be a tight grueling race for Best Picture. Show More Summary

Specialty B.O. Office Preview: ‘Calvary’, ‘Rich Hill’, ‘Child Of God’, ‘The Strange Little Cat’

Fox Searchlight has had two great box office wins with this year’s Grand Budapest Hotel and Belle, though some challenge with I Origins. Calvary from John Michael McDonagh with Brendan Gleeson and Chris O’Dowd will be the distributor’s...Show More Summary

Wes Anderson’s ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Gets the TripAdvisor Treatment

The hotel booking website sets up a page for the fictional European hotel for users to praise or bash

The Grand Budapest Hotel”… Dial W for whimsy

Spoilers ahead… Just to get the formalities out of the way, The Grand Budapest Hotel is a shaggy dog story – rather, a shaggy drawing story. Gustave H (Ralph Fiennes), the concierge of the titular establishment, inherits a priceless painting that goes by the name of… Boy with Apple, which sounds like someone’s tongue-in-cheek homage […]

Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice To Debut At The New York Film Festival

We have already seen an impressive number of truly amazing films come out so far in 2014, from Wes Anderson's magnificent and hilarious The Grand Budapest Hotel to Joe and Anthony Russo's fantastic and action-packed Captain America: The Winter Solider. Show More Summary

MEME Alert: The #1 Ranked Hotel in Republic of Zubrowka

I much liked Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel. (What a cast! with Bill Murray, Harvey Keitel, F. Murray Abraham, Owen Wilson, and Jeff Goldblum in supporting roles.) So, too, apparently did a number of TripAdvisor reviewers. (HT:...Show More Summary

Extra, Extra: Have You Taken The "K" Train?

George Harrison's surprising final letter, TripAdvisor reviews the Grand Budapest Hotel, rent Ernest Hemingway's condo and more day's end links. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]

The Grand Budapest Hotel reviewed

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There are 46 reviews (and counting) of The Grand Budapest Hotel on TripAdvisor, which is ranked "#1 of 1 hotels in The Republic of Zubrowka". As an elderly women I was thoroughly delighted by the attention of the staff! ParticularlyShow More Summary

Newswire: The Grand Budapest Hotel is now being reviewed on TripAdvisor

In what is potentially a PR stunt for the U.K. DVD release of Wes Anderson’s latest film—or just a fan lark—people have begun reviewing Zubrowka’s legendary Grand Budapest Hotel on TripAdvisor. The guests at the fictional hotel all seem...Show More Summary

10 Great Tilda Swinton Performances You Might Have Missed

The Grand Budapest Hotel. Only Lovers Left Alive. And now, Snowpiercer, Bong Joon-ho’s dystopia-on-a-train film that tore up the box office — and … Read More

Germany Cuts Funding (Again) for Film Tax Incentive

Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and George Clooney’s “The Monuments Men” both received backing from the German Federal Film Fund, which will have its budget cut for 2015. read more

Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy team up in the heartwarming St. Vincent trailer

Though Bill Murray has turned up in supporting roles in films like The Monuments Men and The Grand Budapest Hotel — and crashed numerous engagement photos and bachelor parties, to the delight of the internet — St. Vincent is his first starring role since 2012's Hyde Park on Hudson, and he's clearly making the most of it. Show More Summary

22 Movies We'll Be Talking About For The Next 6 Months

July 1 marks the halfway point of 2014, and so far, so meh, at least at the multiplex. Which isn't to say that 2014 has been a washout -- "The Grand Budapest Hotel," "Edge of Tomorrow," "The Fault in Our Stars," "Obvious Child," "Neighbors"...Show More Summary

Urban Planner: June 25, 2014

2 months agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

In today's Urban Planner: Wes Anderson under the stars, the TTC on the big screen, and one-hit wonders. Film: Wes Anderson’s highly praised Grand Budapest Hotel is full of magnificent vistas and old-world elegance mixed with Anderson’s signature quirkiness. Show More Summary

Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes & Channing Tatum Join 'Hail Caesar'

The cast of Joel & Ethan Coen's next film Hail Caesar already sounded promising with George Clooney and Josh Brolin as part of the cast, and now it's just gotten even better. THR has word Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel stars Ralph Fiennes and Tilda Swinton are in talks to join the film, along with Channing Tatum. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: The newspaper text from The Grand Budapest Hotel was taken from Wikipedia

Wes Anderson’s films are stuffed with gorgeous production details that reward the careful viewer. Everything in his meticulous dollhouse worlds, from the covers of Suzy’s books in Moonrise Kingdom to the set dressing of Max’s plays in Rushmore, speaks to Anderson’s carefully thought-out sensibility. Show More Summary

Jason Schwartzman Dark Sundance Comedy 'Listen Up Philip' Finally Picked Up

Jason Schwartzman has most memorably played muse to Wes Anderson, snagging key roles in Rushmore, The Darjeeling Limited, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Moonrise Kingdom and Anderson's latest The Grand Budapest Hotel. But last January he was earning...Show More Summary

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