Watched the Black and Chrome Edition. A little black and white adds certain class to anything, but as someone who loves the colours in the normal version, I still prefer that one. The fact that the film itself is excellent hasn't changed, though!
What a wonderful rewatch. I always enjoyed the story, which is fast-paced and constantly amusing, but this time I was more invested in the characters and found the ending more moving than I did the first time around. I like Wes Anderson's visual style and Robert Yeoman's camerawork very much in this one, and the dialogue is fantastic. Ralph Fiennes is great, and I think M. Gustave is his finest role in years. This is my favorite Wes Anderson film so far. Easily.