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The Grand Budapest Hotel - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


A story, within a story, within a story, of a young man’s eccentric father figure who taught him everything he knows.

Review (with Spoilers) 651 weitere Wörter


Guess the Interior: North Korea Vs. Wes Anderson

It’s probably the only country in the world you won’t find a McDonald’s, but aside from that why are we all so obsessed with North Korea. 286 weitere Wörter

Inspirational Places

Girl Asleep

Rosemary Myers’s Australian Girl Asleep is literally a coming-of-age story, the action taking place during a white girl’s quinceañera. Although seemingly set in the nineteen-seventies, in terms of sensibility, … 108 weitere Wörter

On The Reel

Top 5 Cosy Movies

Its all well and good being a cinema intellectual, don’t get me wrong – I’d love to be one myself. Spending every waking minute of the day writing reviews and discussing directorial decisions and the dramatic effect of certain camera angles and watching nothing but gritty, dystopian thrillers that make your brain hurt, but sometimes people like me want to watch good films as well. 903 weitere Wörter

Roald Dahl, Borges Style

This is an attempt to write in the style of Jorge Luis Borges, which if you haven’t read his work or ever heard of him, please do! 612 weitere Wörter



My first Wes Anderson movie was The Grand Budapest Hotel. It was nothing like I’d ever watched. His style was totally different, he didn’t conform to the usual standards of Hollywood. 117 weitere Wörter