Yesterday was rainy and grey (what’s new in New England) so Andrew and I went to the movies to see Wes Anderson’s newest film The Grand Budapest Hotel. The Royal Tenenbaums is one of my top 10 favorite movies and truly is what made me fall head over heels for Wes’s amazing work- the sets, the dry humor mixed with serious moments, the incredible cameos. But since then I haven’t been quite as charmed by his newer films like Moonrise Kingdom (I know, I know- so many people loved it- and it had it’s moments- but it’s not one I want to watch over and over).
This film however, was AWESOME. Seriously, AWESOME.
It’s hysterically funny, a visual feat for the eyes and a truly and thoroughly fun escape from the world. Of course, in true Wes Anderson style, the sets, costumes and details are all amazing. I cannot even fathom how wild it would be to have a brain as creative as his. Magical. Here are some still from the film to help convince you to go see it.
I love how much pink Wes uses.
The sets could not be more breathtaking.
Tilda Swinton is nearly unrecognizable and Ralph Fiennes is pitch perfect. He’s such an incredible actor- he can do comedy, drama AND Voldemort. I mean….
More pink. I want to go to Mendl’s.
Whats amazing is that even in scenes that last five seconds, like this birthday party, the attention to detail is spectacular.
This movie has the most amazing cast, the true definition of ensemble made up of Wes Anderson regulars and a few new faces.
There is a perfume in the film that makes an appearance often. Of course , a Paris perfumerie even though no one could smell it but the actors. I love that. You can smell it if you happen to be IN Paris and go to the shop, but of course, you can’t buy it. Drat.
Wes has a thing for luggage, and which was made custom by Louis Vuitton for the film, but in this film theand decorated the windows of one of their shops recently.
Of course I had to pull a few things together that can help your home feel a little more like a Wes Anderson set- because lets be honest, who wouldn’t want to live in his magical world?
WES ANDERSON INSPIRED DECOR