Enjoyed “The Grand Budapest Hotel”? Why not learn more about its auteur director Wes Anderson and his very unusual film-making style. It’ll only take you a few minutes, but it will undoubtedly expand your appreciation towards this guy’s work, which – let’s be honest – is one of a kind.
I believe the most common adjective employed to describe the film-making style of Wes Anderson’swould be quirky, or idiosyncratic. And it’s all fine with me, but I personally would go a step further and call it for what it is – mildly autistic. It’s not necessarily an indictment on my part, but rather a simple observation. Now, I am definitely not a world-renowned expert in Wes Anderson’s work, as only recently I have started colouring in the blank spot that was his filmography, but I am most assuredly a fan of his approach toward comedy. Contrary to what you’d usually see on the big screen nowadays, Wes Anderson’s films are always intellectually stimulating, visually rich, stylistically sound, meticulously shot and executed, (maybe not quite laugh-out-loud) funny, but subversive and filled with unforgettable dialogue. In that, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” – Anderson’s newest creation – is no different and quite cohesively positions itself within his entire body of work. Continue reading →