Daniel Tran’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Grand Budapest Hotel plays out like a wondrous children’s book, maintaining your curiosity with its wit, charm, and stellar score. Wes Anderson’s control over speed and detail makes for one hell of an unforgettable experience, and a clear favorite of the decade.
It has a gorgeous color palette, a visually rich storyboard, and maintains constant energy with its plot and humor, transporting the viewer from point to point with ease.
This is a true way to tell an elegant story with utter style and skill, and will have no problems enchanting you from start to end.