Friday Apr 18
Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel
It would be insulting and inaccurate to state that Wes Anderson is the Zeppo Marx to the Coens' Groucho and Chico , but as both sets of filmmakers have often leaned heavily on stylized dialogue, eye-popping tableaus and no small measure of eccentricity in both the storytelling and characterization departments, there have often been comparisons that ... (more)
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