The Grand Budapest Hotel
Ralph Fiennes————————————————M. Gustave
F. Murray Abraham—————————————–Mr. Moustafa
Jeff Goldblum————————————————-Deputy Kovacs
Jude Law——————————————————Young Writer
Tilda Swinton————————————————-Madame D.
Owen Wilson————————————————–M. Chuck
Directed by Wes Anderson.
Screenplay by Wes Anderson.
Story by Wes Anderson and Hugo Guiness.
Inspired by the Works of Stefan Zweig.
Incredibly funny movie about the history of the Grand Budapest Hotel as told by the owner Mr. Moustafa (Abraham). M. Gustave (Fiennes) ran the hotel when Mr. Moustafa was just starting out. We are told tales of the exploits of M. Gustave as we continue to hear about Mr. Moustafa’s younger years. This movie presents us with an odd sense of humour that I found rather enjoyable. There are great performances throughout this movie but Dafoe, Brody, and Revolori are stand outs on the screen. The scene with Dafoe, Brody, and Goldblum with the cat had the whole audience rolling with laughter. If you need a laugh try this movie.
Runtime: 100 Minutes
Production Budget: $92,000,000
Domestic: Not Finished Run Yet.
Worldwide: Not Finished Run Yet.
CC Rating: 8 out of 10
Screenplay: I could not find the screenplay.
If you liked this try: The Royal Tenenbaums, Wonder Boys, Burn After Reading.