Kris FT’s review published on Letterboxd:
Another notch in Wes Anderson's magical film belt. Quite possibly the brightest notch.
The Grand Budapest Hotel is a slick and witty adventure, almost straight out of a colorful book. Then you add the beautiful and comical framings and camerawork of Anderson's vision, and it results in a sweet, little film as delicious as a Mendl's cake.
Leave it to Ralph Fiennes to be the slick line thrower that is H. Gustave as such a smooth character. He was whimsical, along with the support of Tony Revolori (Zero) and Saoirse Ronan (Agatha).