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Is The Grand Budapest Hotel child friendly?

Is The Grand Budapest Hotel child friendly?

Parents need to know that The Grand Budapest Hotel is another quirky, irreverent movie from Wes Anderson, but with more violence than his previous films. There’s some gory violence — one character is a killer who attacks his prey with glee, stabbing them, cutting off their fingers.

What is the rating of The Grand Budapest Hotel?

The Grand Budapest Hotel/MPAA rating

Does Budapest have nudity?

The movie revels in raunchy, out-of-control behavior, with lots of partying, nudity, and sex, including women with women and men with men, as well as talk of fetishes, some induced by drugs and alcohol, and some by ordinary lust and/or stupidity.

Is The Grand Budapest Hotel PG 13?

Rated R For violence, bloody images and language. Rated PG-13 For violence including a sexual assault, and brief strong language. The Grand Budapest Hotel. Rated R For language, some sexual content and violence.

Does Grand Budapest Hotel have nudity?

The Grand Budapest Hotel has some nudity and sexual activity. A comical scene shows a naked man from the back being hosed down. There is a brief image of a man standing up, wearing a robe pulled back to reveal his naked chest with the head of an elderly woman in front of his genital area.

What is The Grand Budapest Hotel based on?

Stefan Zweig
The screenplay, written by director Wes Anderson, was inspired by the life and work of Austrian author Stefan Zweig, especially his novella, Twenty-Four Hours in the Life of a Woman, his novel, Beware of Pity, and his autobiography, The World of Yesterday.

Why is Budapest rated R?

The Grand Budapest Hotel is rated R by the MPAA for language, some sexual content and violence.

Is nudity common in Hungary?

10. Hungary – Green: Nude beaches are quite common and it’s not illegal to sunbathe naked.

Why is Grand Budapest Hotel a 15?

Are Wes Anderson movies violent?

Wes Anderson’s Violence Very rarely does anyone mention, nor do we notice, just how oddly violent the films are. Often this violence takes a back seat to much of the plot and when characters do get hurt, they rarely seem to react to the pain.