The Grand Budapest Hotel Blu-ray - Exclusive Giveaway
Posted June 16, 2014 11:35 PM by Webmaster
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Wes Anderson is one of my favorite directors, and I love all of his films, so my favorite changes from time to time but, right now it's probably Rushmore. I think all his films are equally great for the most part though, with maybe Bottle Rocket being the weakest because, it was his first film and he hadn't really developed his style yet (I think it features one of Owen Wilson's best performances though).
So many great films to choose from, as I really enjoy Wes' satire, pacing, and spotlight on personal relationships. Haven't seen his latest yet -- is hoping for a Criterion release too long to wait? -- but my all-time favorite would have to be...