The Grand Budapest Hotel is a grand caricature of a movie. It is entertaining. It is funny in everything from a subtle to a slapstick sort of way. It has beautiful cinematography, like a gourmet meal. And it has a cast that does a remarkable job. The list of stars in the movie include Bill Murray, Ed Norton, Harvey Keitel, Jeff Goldblum and many others, although a lot of them are smaller parts.
Wes Anderson always has a way of sculpting a movie rather than filming it, and in this case it is obviously deliberately crafted and formed to match his wonderful vision. That of a concierge and a lobby boy, and their adventures in a famous, lavish, European hotel, involving the theft of a priceless piece of art, a jail break and the romance of many elderly ladies.
I would give this movie a solid A.