Film of the Week

If you haven’t seen Wes Anderson’s latest opus, get ye self to a theater asap! Widely praised as one of his best films to date (if not THE best) The Grand Budapest Hotel is a visual feast. The hotel itself with its sugary pinks and and yellows is as appetizing as Heir Mendls’ topsy turvy pastries, the “courtesan au chocolat”. Everyone gives an amazing performance, but Ralph Fiennes as M.Gustav, is one of my favorite my favorite characters of all time. Delightful from beginning to end, I have already seen The Grand Budapest four times, and I’d watch it a hundred more.

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All images via my Pinterest Board: Film

 

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