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Grand Budapest Hotel Pipe Smoking

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  • Started 4 years ago by pylorns
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  1. pylorns

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    If you haven't seen the Grand Budapest Hotel, consider it - great movie especially if you're a fan of Wes Anderson's quirky movies.


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  2. pylorns

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    Something else interesting as you watch the film is that they change aspect ratio - when they show the 1930s its in 1.33 aspect ratio.

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    Interesting. I may have to give it a shot. I usually don't like most Wes Anderson films, but loved Moonrise Kingdom.

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    Ssjones, I did not care for Moonrise Kingdom, but I rather enjoyed Grand Budapest Hotel. Perhaps you will enjoy both.

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    Cool movie. I have a longstanding "old hotel" fantasy. They show up in my dreams quite a bit. I lived in one such place my last eight months in the Navy away from a base. I have no explanation, but I have a great affinity for old hotels. The Jefferson in Richmond is a spectacular renovation, or was when I visited in the late nineties.

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    Enjoyed the hotel scenes during the film, quite a place. I go the idea there was a great deal of digital work going on.
    Duh! Guess it all was. Just googled it up. Watched it on u-tube and don't remember much about it except they were out after the kid and what a great place it was.

    "Work as if you were to live a hundred years. Pray as if you were to die tomorrow."
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