Jun 25, 2014 10:20 AM
The Grand Budapest Hotel, the latest in director Wes Anderson's film-by-way-of-diorama oeuvre, follows the misadventures of the titular establishment's concierge (Ralph Fiennes) as he attempts to prove his innocence after being framed for murder with help from loyal lobby boy Zero (Tony Revolori). Not only does the film manage to be one of Anderson's funniest and well-crafted films, it has an underlying humanity that is too often absent or underfed in his other works. And, at the end of the day, who doesn't love a good chase scene staged completely with miniatures?
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