Podcast: Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel is surprisingly great

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On this week's Voice Film Club podcast, L.A. Weekly film critic Amy Nicholson admits her surprise at actually enjoying Wes Anderson's latest movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and discusses her recent longform piece on the death of the romantic comedy.

The Village Voice's Alan Scherstuhl and Stephanie Zacharek join in to discuss the Oscars, and the pod ends with hearty recommendations for Elijah Wood in Grand Piano, and the brain-busting documentary Particle Fever.

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3 comments
Tyler Chip Moody Suter
Tyler Chip Moody Suter

Why surprising? Moonrise Kingdom was a bit of a turd, but Wes has consistently delivered.

Zach Morin
Zach Morin

"Great" like Moonrise Kingdom was suppose to be great? That is probably the worst film Wes has made.

Kat Coats
Kat Coats

stop being mean!! it doesn't open in MN till 3/10 (members only screening too)

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