The Grand Budapest Hotel 2014
Directed by: Wes Anderson
Not only this movie is star studded, its humor is unforgettable, a hotel painted pink on its facade gave me a cake impression, in a fictional place located on a mountain in Europe, and a funny playing musical score that reminds me of Fantastic Mr. Fox these has provided me enough reason to satisfy my curiosity about this movie, from a narrating author who is being disturbed by his grandson while he is telling his story about the hotel he visited back in his early years played by Tom Wilkinson referred only as the author and Jude law being the young writer.
Then came Mr. Moustafa who owns the hotel told his story about him being the junior lobby boy before he owns the hotel, Mr. Gustave as the legendary Concierge played by Ralph Fiennes and his fiancee Agatha.
As the movie progress incredibly brilliant actors emerged on the film providing their share of acting in the storyline; although most of them showed up really quickly in the film they have contributed large amount of humor and sense in the movie. It was an excellent film, no wonder it has gained good reviews from the critic giving a score of 92% in Rotten Tomatoes.
The story tells the adventure of Mr. Gustave and his junior lobby boy Zero who became his trusted friend.