‘Budapest’ a grand movie

By Alisha Durosier, Staff Intern

Written and directed by the legend, Wes Anderson (whose birthday was May 1), this gem tells the story of a charming concierge (Monsieur Gustave H.) of a famous European hotel and his trusted employee (young Zero Moustafa) in the early 20th century as they become involved in a  family feud over wealth, fortune and a valuable painting.

This film follows the design that most Anderson-directed films do, a mix of quirkiness and whimsy along with a beautiful color palette and amazing cinematography that make this film such eye candy.

The fast-paced plot of the film makes it quite enjoyable, although some themes may be a bit lewd. For viewers looking for something vibrant, aesthetically pleasing yet somewhat strange, this one’s for you.

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