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Description A priviledged, unique location directly on the west shore of Lake Maggiore, enhanced by the dreamy atmosphere of the Belle Epoque, makes this lovely 19th century property the perfect venue for celebra... more

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Description A delicious meal in the panoramic restaurant of Grand Hotel Misurina overlooking Lake Misurina will be just one highlight of your stay in this Blu Hotel near Cortina d'Ampezzo. more

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Super

Very stylised/lighting/cinematography, musical score, gradually becomes engrossing, quirky

Slow and confusing plot, a potential believability factor or element to it

...- Story - The Grand Budapest Hotel tells the story of the aforementioned hotels concierge, called Gustave H. and a young boy called Zero Mustafa, who is a new lobby boy who becomes a trusted friend of Gustave's. The story also involves a race to acquire a family fortune, with the backdrop of a rather unstable fictional country, or moreso republic (by the name of Zubrowka). - Plot...

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Super

Well written, great locations, intriguing plot

None I can think of

.... This story is recounted to a young write (Jude Law) by the Lobby Boy, who is now the owner of the Grand Budapest and how and why he became the owner. The story is amazing and full of interesting stories and when you find out at the end why he owners a run down hotel. We're even treated several cameos, most notably by Bill Murray (who is very picky with the films he stars in, so it's a delight to see...

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Excellent

Film that can appeal on different levels,great cinematography,suitable soundtrack,blu-ray sharp

Slightly over long

...Possibly the key to maxing out your pleasure from 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' comes from Wes Anderson's [director] citing of the writer Stefan Zweig's as an inspiration for it. In Zweig's memoir, 'The World of Yesterday' [1942, the year of Zweig's suicide in Brazil] he is mourning a world which has totally been lost, with the rise of the Nazis. He was a Viennese writer who was also a Jew. I think...

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