Wes Anderson needs no introduction to any movie fanatic who loves good cinematography. He is a film producer, director, screenwriter, and actor. Wes Anderson movies have a distinct look, it is full of different colors and the entire movie seems like a work of art. All Wes Anderson movies take hint from each other and the beautiful cinematography takes your breath away if you are paying attention. He takes advantage of windows, Glass and other things in the movie to portray hidden messages that tell a broader story about the characters themselves.
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Who can forget The Grand Budapest Hotel, one of the most popular movies of last year which made it in the nominations of the Academy awards and also won one for best original music but the more striking thing was the way Wes Anderson told the story in his own way. Zero is a lobby boy who takes internship at the Grand Budapest Hotel and he is taught by the very own M. Gustave. Both of them find themselves in trouble when they steal a painting from a reputed family and a killer is onto them to take the painting back.
The Darjeeling Limited
The Darjeeling Limited is a story of three brothers who have met after years of distance after the death of their father. They set out on a journey together, across India on a train. They want to rediscover their lost minds but the eldest brother has hidden plans of taking everyone to meet their mother who lives in India. However, their journey does not go as simply as they had planned because of the heat between all three and they get kicked out of the train.
Sam is in love with Suzy and they decide to run away on a secluded cove on an island. Sam is an orphan and the entire town has also set out to find them.