Wes Anderson

The 25 Best Comedy Movies of the Last 25 Years
April Fools’ Day is an occasion marked by silliness. Many websites choose to celebrate by tricking their readers with goofy pranks. But for every one of these hoaxes that’s funny, there are ten more that are terrible (plus our budget would not allow us to turn the site into ScreenFlush…
The Five Most Pleasant Surprises Among the 2015 Oscar Nominees
Okay, so there was a fair amount of disappointment around the 2015 Academy Award nominations. Everything was not awesome for ‘The Lego Movie,’ robbed of a Best Animated Movie nod, and David Oyelowo’s dreams of a Best Actor nomination vanished when Steve Carell and Bradley Cooper…
Wes Anderson Might Make Another Stop-Motion Animated Movie
We're still basking in the afterglow of Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' (which, by the way, is available now for rent if you missed it in theaters), but everyone's favorite director of shots where characters look directly into the camera is already working on a fol…
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ LEGO Set Is One Classy Recreation
How do you make the beautiful world of Wes Anderson even more precious? With LEGO, of course. It's actually surprising that no one thought of this before, but thanks to one clever fan, you can now see The Grand Budapest Hotel from Wes Anderson's latest flim recreated in charming detail wit…
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Review
Wes Anderson has finally done it. He’s gone and created his own country. Zubrowka, the fictional town at the heart of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel,’ is positioned on the farthest Eastern edge of Europe’s great empire. It is a melange of stylistic flourishes and decorative si…
See the Cast of ‘Rushmore’ Then and Now
In 1998, Wes Anderson released his second film, ‘Rushmore,’ which followed the life of eccentric teenager Max Fischer (Jason Schwartzman), his friendship with the wealthy and lonely Herman Blume (Bill Murray), and their fight for the affection of a beautiful elementary school teacher. …

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