movie: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Ralph Fiennes turns in a great comic performance in this flight of fancy through a surreal story set in a colourful, fanciful, Wes Anderson pre-world-war-two world. There’s a lot of swearing (some would say an anachronistic amount), and some other grown-up content, but to see Anderson’s take on series of action movie tropes is worth the price of admission.

If you’re a fan of any of Anderson’s other work, you’ll enjoy this.

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