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The Grand Budapest Hotel

Lights, camera, action!

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RichardH
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The Grand Budapest Hotel

Post by RichardH »

I asked for this for Christmas as I had seen good reviews for it, and we watched it last night.

It doesn't disappoint - full of eccentric and appealing performances and wonderful to look at, particularly on a decent sized screen.

Right up your street, Ken, I would say.
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Post by Merton »

Cracking film, loved it :)
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Post by Sanemancured »

Me too, seen it twice and loved it.
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Loved it, especially Ralph Ffienes' deliciously sweary Gustave. He'd fit in well here :)

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