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Grand Budapest Hotel promises to entertain international travelers

The Grand Budapest Hotel


Now playing in select theaters, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' directed by Wes Anderson receives rave reviews after its official release date of March 7, 2014. Most frequent fliers get their fill of movies to pass the time during long flights, but this is a film that appeals to travelers and is a must-see for anyone looking for a travel-inspired comedy.

Based in the fictitious eastern European state of Zubrowka, the film is a spoof of the 1930's European culture and is the creation of director Wes Anderson of 'Rushmore' and 'The Royal Tannenbaums,' not to mention the Oscar-nominated 'Moonrise Kingdom.'

The Grand Budapest Hotel is a complex caper with a star-studded lineup of actors, including Ralph Fiennes, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, and Jude Law. If you are looking for an entertaining 20th century European caper that is destined to win awards, the Grand Budapest Hotel is a must-see.

Accolades include positive reviews from The Telegraph (UK),the Irish Times, New York Times, and National Public Radio. Rotten Tomatoes ranks the film 89% approval among critics and 90% from audiences.