An utter delight from the first second till the credits roll, Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is an endlessly charismatic ensemble feature with wonderful performances and enchanting characters. Outside of the aforementioned elements, what makes this movie so spectacular is Anderson's vision. The stylistic choice to make this movie look a film from the Golden era of cinema, with panning shots and quick zooms, is filled with so much charm. The cinematography paired with the direction is so well-choreographed…
Without including the controversy surrounding the movie or Maddie Ziegler's performance into the equation (the former being something that shouldn't affect the movie's quality and latter being something I don't feel qualified to critique), musician Sia's directorial debut 'Music' is still far from being a passable movie. To she her want to make a movie about autism is excellent and to choose a non-autistic person to play the role of a person on the spectrum isn't a bad thing in…
After several years of my parents telling me to watch this movie, I finally did. And it was great!
I'm a sucker for mysteries and this movie was right up my alley. With an intriguing mystery that keeps you questioning, I had a lot of fun piecing all the clues together. Now all I have to do is re-watch this movie so I can fully understand everything in this jam-packed film.
Side Note: This movie reminded me of 'Bloodshot', and if you've seen that movie you'll know what I mean.