We’re at the point now where, to a certain extent, we know what to expect from Wes Anderson. A charming screenplay, delightful production design, exquisitely composed cinamatography, and a barrel of actors we all wish we could take out for gin. The Grand Budapest Hotel delivers on all counts, as we knew it would, but…
The reunion we’ve all been waiting for.
Bill Murray is John Wayne. Sold.
Quirk, check. Deadpanning, check. Cokewhores, ch- dammit Charlie!
It’s Walt Disney! But it’s also Tom Hanks! It’s like some kind of ILLUSION!
We’re Hungary for this one. Damn you Monday!
Cast list continues to grow for Disney’s biopic about the author of Mary Poppins
What do you get if you take Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, some kids and Wes Anderson’s terrifying, beautiful mind? NO, not an orgy with incredibly good dialogue. Did you not read the “some kids” bit? Anyway, it turns out you get perfectly crafted 60s fairytale Moonrise Kingdom, a loving paean to childhood, companionship and, well, camping. It’s a real treat.
The infamous Chelsea Hotel may be closing its doors forever. To make us feel better about the whole thing, we’ve compiled a list of hotels we’d hate to stay in. Movie hotels, obviously. Because this is a film website, or something.
With this summer set for forty days and forty nights of rain, us BFFers are gettin’ outta here! Or not. Because let’s face it, where would you be without our continual filmic drivel to keep you entertained during these darkened days? No, instead we’re humouring ourselves with a virtual trip that will take us to sun-soaked exotic places without leaving the comforts of our rather comfy office. So get your flight socks on and your mozzie spray out, ‘cos we’re going round the world in eight holiday-based films!