The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Grand Budapest Hotel tells of a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars and his friendship with a young employee who becomes his trusted protégé. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting, the battle for an enormous family fortune and the slow and then sudden upheavals that transformed Europe during the first half of the 20th century.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Drama, Romance, Thriller
- Stars:Léa Seydoux, Saoirse Ronan, Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, Harvey Keitel, Edward Norton, LÃ©a Seydoux, Tony Revolor, F. Murray Abraham, Mathieu Amalric, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Jeff Goldblum, Jude Law, Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Tom Wilkinson, Owen Wilson,
- Country:USA, Germany
- Director:Wes Anderson,
- Writer:Stefan Zweig (inspired by the writings of), Wes Anderson (screenplay), Wes Anderson (story), Hugo Guinness (story)
he adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous hotel from the fictional Republic of Zubrowka between the first and second World Wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Grand Budapest Hotel torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: What exactly did you see?A Scarecrow Festival inspires two boys to take their dates on a trip to Munger Road where numerous rumors of hauntings plague the town. Unfortunately for them, an escaped convict is also on the loose in that area. A pair of police officers head out to find the killer. The kid's lives quickly come in danger."Everybody has a story about Munger Road."Nicholas Smith delivers Munger Road in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is fairly mediocre and unfolds in a predictable fashion with not too many thrilling or intense sequences. The acting was also below par and the cast includes Bruce Davison, Lauren Storm, Maggie Gwin, Bill Stevens, and Randall Batinkoff."We're all going to die tonight anyway."This was added to the Netflix horror queue not too long ago so I added it to the queue. Overall, it was very mediocre and nothing special. Unless you are a diehard fan of the genre, I recommend skipping this. "It's been 11:14 for awhile now."Grade: D
(ru) wrote: ...typical urban attitude and beautiful looking movie. I could not hope to spend time with recordings of the stars of industrial design without _Objectified_ . It looked like science fiction. The English duo who design "concepts" are the best of the lot, in my opinion. Sorry, can't find their name off hand. Entertaining in total.
(ru) wrote: The music alone carries this film. The two leads have amazing chemistry and are natural fits for their roles (both are musicians). It isn't a cut-paste romance, either; the movie takes twists and turns along the way with major payoff. If you love music movies, this is a must-see.
(ca) wrote: This movie didn't hold my interest at all! It was dull, slow, bad acting, silly looking monster and had no scares or anything remotely chilling about it so I turned it off after 25 minutes. It pretty much sucked to sum it up!
(mx) wrote: Blueprinted nearly scene by scene from the 1972 original, this remake has more action and better effects as 34 years might enable. Similarly less time is spent on characterization (who cares about that crap anymore?), but the result is still claustrophobic thrills.
(es) wrote: I'm not sure what to take from this. I take this to be what The Brown Bunny is, which I have not seen. It is a lot of desert driving, arguing and sex. The scenes are described as "sensually realistic", and that is pretty accurate, but it doesn?t tell you that the aimless desert driving and hiking is sedately realistic. And there is a lot of it. A lot. That is, until the big thing happens. And what the hell was that Is that supposed to be what is out there in the beauty of the Joshua Tree Park?I know there is more to the story, or that there is supposed to be, but it gets lost in almost 90 minutes of mind-numbingly boring bickering and sex. You feel no attachment to these people. The only thing that saves this movie from being worthless are the great performances by the two people. Everything except the sex scenes are touching and bearable. The howling, not so much.
(gb) wrote: 1972's The Godfather Is My Fourth Favorite Film.
(es) wrote: I would have given this movie a 5, but the film's completely akward and unessassary ending destroys the brilliance of it.
(es) wrote: Feels like amateur hour on all levels compared to Margaret, but it's still pretty good. Worth seeing for sure.
(it) wrote: Crime movie with a lot of twists and intense acting, the only problem is (and I freely admit this is more my problem then the movies) I kept expecting a bigger twist at the end that the movie never provided. Still not bad in the Usual Suspects genre of films.
(mx) wrote: I can't even be sure if I didn't sleep through this whole movie.
(de) wrote: This 1970s Italian political drama opens with a compelling murder live show, a dapper man, Volont (the head of homicide squad) artfully kills his erotic mistress (Bolken) with a sharp blade, and what's befuddling the viewers is after that, Volont intentionally leaves many traces which could be implicated to him at the scene of the crime, all the more a face-to-face encounter with a witness when he leaves the building. Naturally, one has to divine his motivation of his deviant contrivances, but the film doesn't opt to give a straightforward answer to the illogicality, instead it unwinds itself into a sociological tirade aiming at the blazon compliance of the ruling power echelon, Volont has been promoted to a more authoritarian post, politics-oriented, and the cover-up process degrades the whole investigation into a farce, lushly recorded by the agile camera. Arguably, this is Elio Petri's most famous film, an Oscar's BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM crowner, and won him 2 awards in CANNES that year, Petri may not occupy an international cachet so high as his Italian peers, but the film can potently justify his talent, it is an authentic gas, wonderfully designed camerawork with a great architectonic predilection, astute sense of unpicking the tacit phone-interception dirty business, a twitchy sensibility towards the rotten authorities, and upbraids an undeniable self-awareness of being politically-biased.Volont is tailor-made for the leading role, a typical male chauvinist, over-cocksure by appearance while underneath he is a man haunted by his impotence and jealousy (Bolken has mentioned a few times he is only a child which effectively irritates him), although ambiguous about the raison d'tre of his act, Volont is confident, menacing and impressive out of his common Spaghetti image. Bolken is billed as the co-lead, but mostly appears in flashback and the film has curtailed her character to a sexy trophy, a power-worshipper and a dispensable pawn whose stupidity overshadows her own demise, nevertheless she is a stunner in all her shots. The standout of the all-male supporting cast is Salvo Randone as an innocent plumber, who caves in poignantly in front of power, a bona-fide scene stealer. Last but not the least is Ennio Morricone's score, the repeated motif has a synthesized rhythm, catchy and indelible, throughout the film, it renders the film a touch of ridicule and never leave any chance for the audiences to be bored by the doctrinal tone the film unintentionally betrays.
(ag) wrote: I've no problem with a dragon slurring with Connery's brogue. The film's entertaining enough to watch and I enjoyed it. End of story!
(fr) wrote: Took me five years to finally see it. And... It was only OK... I almost feel like it was over my head. Seems like a love story about two people being in love with the idea of being in love. You want to see a better "modern" love story for today's youth? Go watch "Fault in Our Stars."