Movie review: Wes Anderson at oddball best in 'Grand Budapest Hotel'
From left: Tom Wilkinson, Tony Revolori and Owen Wilson in "The Grand Budapest Hotel."
Posted: Friday, March 21, 2014 12:00 am
Call him an acquired taste. Also a bit of a polarizing filmmaker. If you tend to like director-screenwriter Wes Anderson's offbeat, quirky sense of humor and visually precise style, you tend to love it, as I do.
And if he doesn't work for you, he really doesn't.
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