Tilda Is Worst-Looking In “Grand Budapest”

It was said of the old MGM studio that it had “more stars than there are in Heaven.” Perhaps the greatest display of those stars was in the 1932 movie “Grand Hotel.” Wes Anderson’s new picture, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” which opens the Berlin film festival in February, obviously owes a debt to the MGM film. If possible, the new movie has even more stars than the MGM picture did: Ralph Fiennes, Bill Murray, Jude Law, Edward Norton, Owen Wilson, even F. Murray Abraham. But my favorite-looking character — the one most transformed by hair and makeup — is played by Tilda Swinton (pictured). Divoon.

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