Like a quirkier Woody Allen for Gen X, director Wes Anderson also has his frequent collaborators—Bill Murray, Willem Dafoe, Adrien Brody, and Jeff Goldblum—who all make an appearance in his latest “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” along with Ralph Fiennes. Rounding out his quirky oeuvre, spanning from “Rushmore” to “Moonrise Kingdom,” this is his eighth feature and opens today at the AMC Lowes Lincoln Square. In his latest, a caper, Fiennes plays a concierge who’s framed for the murder of a wealthy woman. Along with whimsical storylines, Anderson is also known for his killer soundtracks. You can live stream this one at Pitchfork.com.
The Grand Budapest Hotel Original Soundtrack