28. Film Studies masters student. Loves coffee and Kubrick/Fincher movies.
Unlike anything I've ever seen. The mix of documentary style shooting and gorgeous visuals works very well. Glazer has created an intelligent social commentary on what it's like to be alone. Johansson gives her strongest performance since Lost in Translation, really amazing work. She manages to switch between charmingly seductive and ice cold predator effortlessly. Truly terrifying performance. Mica Levi's score is also quite terrifying, it's been stuck in my head since I watched it. Glazer has crafted a haunting masterpiece which showcases Johansson's talents.
If you've ever seen a Wes Anderson film you can guess the kind of zany antics to expect within his films and The Grand Budapest Hotel is no different. The film follows the escapades of Gustave H., the concierge of the renowned Grand Budapest Hotel and his new lobby boy, Zero. After one of his elderly lovers is found dead, Gustave comes under suspicion for her murder and must prove his innocence to the authorities and find the real killer…