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Screwball Rhythms, Quirk & Whimsy - The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson's new film adapts the spirit of Stefan Zweig into a Ruritanian picaresque stuffed full of bizarre character studies

Writes Andrew Pulver in the Guardian, here's the rest of the review; theguardian

Another meticulously stylish and deadpan Wes Anderson movie that walks the fine line between masterpiece and folly. Empire Magazine

Every shot is gorgeously framed, with screwball rhythms patterned after 1930s European ironists such as Ernst Lubitsch and Billy Wilder. Scotsman


The latest from idiosyncratic writer-director Wes Anderson has all the luminosity of MOONRISE KINGDOM and frenetic wit of THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS – and then some.

Set in the interwar years, the film centres on the eponymous hotel, its savvy concierge Gustave (Fiennes) and his new lobby boy Zero Moustafa (newcomer Tony Revolori), who progresses from naive apprentice to Gustave’s trusted accomplice.

The guile of both is tested when one of Gustave’s most favoured guests (a heavily camouflaged Tilda Swinton) bequeaths him a priceless painting, thereby arousing the suspicions of Edward Norton’s detective Henckels.

Their ensuing adventures propel the story along at a heady pace and involve numerous roguish characters, many played by Anderson regulars including Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman and Owen Wilson. Glorious fun.

How to Meet;

I've booked seat J19 and just now the whole back row is available so hurry up and book!! It's just £8.50 with a picturehouse membership. Our firm meet up is in the picturehouse bar after the film. If you're new to the group or just want to be met by a friendly face then call/text me on 07736 232209. If you don't recognise the group then use that number too. For those of you who don't know the picturehouse and think you can't make 6:20pm, films usually start 20 minutes after the published time.

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  • Darren C

    That'll teach me for booking late, the J row is booked up now :)

    I've got seat G13

    March 8, 2014

  • Andrew


    March 8, 2014

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    March 7, 2014

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    March 6, 2014

  • Stephanie

    I'll be there, but I'm afraid I won't be around before or after. Enjoy the film :)

    March 6, 2014

  • Linda

    I'm in J20

    March 5, 2014

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