Last night, after an afternoon exploring the Phillips Collection, we decided to curl up and watch "The Grand Budapest Hotel." We saw it when it first came to theaters, but I had forgotten just what a gem the film really is. I wanted to share my original review of the film, which I wrote for Literally, Darling:
"“The Grand Budapest Hotel” is, indeed grand. Bigger, louder, and sadder than Anderson’s other films, it proves an artist often called out for his distinctive style has plenty of room to play while staying true to what has made him so influential."
You can read the whole review here!
Bridey is a freelance writer living in Washington, D.C.
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