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Based on 48 Critics
critic reviews( 3 )
  • His (Anderson) abiding love for a vanished past, real and imagined, is at the core of The Grand Budapest Hotel. The thrill comes in watching as this rare talent gives his movie wings. show more

  • Real life is not the movie's concern. Mr. Anderson's lovely confection — that's a pastry metaphor — keeps us smiling, and sometimes laughing out loud. Yet acid lurks in the cake's lowest layers. show more

  • Sustaining illusion with marvelous grace is, in a nutshell, exactly what Anderson is all about. show more

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