Patrick Willems ★★★★ 4
Twentysomething angst via operatic gothic melodrama. It rules.
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Aaron ★★★★ 28
Part of Hoop-Tober 2015
“What?” “I literally didn’t say anything.” “Exactly.”
“What’s it like, having all the answers all the time to everything?” asks Virginia (Katherine Waterston) of Catherine (Elisabeth…
Kyle Turner ★½ 2
"No, tell me how you really feel, Greg, I've no interest in listening to a girl suffering from leukemia about how she feels or your black friend who is a…
M G ★★★★
The best American example I know of the cinema bonkers meter climbing assuredly from zero to maximum across the length of the film. Only Hong Kong does it better.
Josh Oakley 1
Moore, Cusack and Wasikowska are all good (though non give near their career best), but this is mostly some neat idiosyncratic directing choices covering up a bland, obvious takedown of…
Nathan Rabin ★★★½ 1
The only thing keeping this hilarious laff riot from being an instant cult classic is a plot. Otherwise this is funny from start to finish.
davidehrlich ★★★★½ 8
The Grand Budapest Hotel is the film with which Wes Anderson finally answers his critics, and the message could not be clearer or more immaculately embossed in Futura on an…