Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ is a comedic and dramatic film which is beautiful and written with excellence.

The film is about an author’s retelling of The Grand Budapest Hotel which takes us, the audience, on a high-flying adventure.

The film is written stupendous as it offers both humorous and hilarious moments, mixed with dramatic elements which is violent and scary.

The film is directed amazingly as I love Anderson’s style of directing as it is unlike any other director’s visual style in the film industry today.

Ralph Fiennes offers emotion, but also humour, extremely well and is the best acting performance of the year, so far.

It may not be as great as ‘Moonrise Kingdom’, Anderson’s previous film, but it is pretty darn close with impressive visuals, impeccable directing, a smartly written film and acted beautifully, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ is one of my favourite films of the year.