The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Ludwig's tattoos are a direct copy of the character of Pere Jules in "L'Atalante".
Tilda Swinton's character is named Madame D. as a tribute to the 1953 classic movie.
The shot of Agatha hanging from a balcony.
A brief shot of Zero and Gustave on a motorbike is in the same style as the opening scene of this film.
A scene where Kovacs is being chased is almost an exact replica of a scene in this film.
The quote from A New Leaf: "Harold: How many men these days require the services of a gentleman's gentleman? How many men have your devotion to form, sir? You have managed, in your own lifetime Mr. Graham, to keep alive traditions that were dead before you were born. "
When Agatha is being chased by Dmitri through the halls, the wallpaper pattern and camera setups are the same as in the Overlook Hotel.
Jeff Goldblum plays Deputy Kovacs. He also played Ernie Kovacs in a TV biopic.
Commissioner of Police Henckels having discovered the escape route for the prison break orders a search plan that is reminiscent of the instructions given in The Fugitive in a like situation: "What I want from each and every one of you is a hard-target search of every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in that area. Checkpoints go up at fifteen miles."
In Pulp Fiction Harvey Keitel plays a character named "Wolf". In The Grand Budapest Hotel one of his cellmates is a man named "Wolf". In both movies, Harvey Keitel's characters assist the protagonists with crime.
When the hotel is used by the army, "General Stiglitz" is mentioned by a hotel employee. The production company Babelsberg is behind both films
The symbol worn by Henckels and his army is the head of Mr Fox from The Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), also directed by Wes Anderson.
Movie is reviewed
Brad says this hasn't made it to Springfield theaters yet.
movie is reviewed
Movie is reviewed
Reese Witherspoon says this is her favorite movie made in the past five years.
Film is mentioned in episode
Jimmy Fallon says that "The Grand Butt-apest Hotel" is one of the Oscar-nominated films on which cinematographer Dick Poop worked, and Jude Law comments on making the film
Jake tells Lainey he asked his new girlfriend to go see "the latest Wes Anderson movie" and remarks that it was "such a white thing to say".
Mentioned by Jimmy Fallon.
The critics discuss this movie's Best Picture nomination
Title mentioned during the Celebrity Spelling Bee segment
Jeff Goldblum mentions his recent film
The whole concept is based on the film. The correspondance of the place, the pink balloons, some characters, the tone of the narration among other secondary vibes.
rrect response in the category "21st Century Movies"
Ralph Fiennes briefly refers to his role as M. Gustave
Mentioned by Jimmy Fallon as he introduces Saoirse Ronan
Graham Norton mentions the title while introducing guest Ralph Fiennes.
A film poster resembling a poster of this film is seen.
The convention lobby is modeled after the title hotel, and two pony versions of characters appear.
Answer to a question; poster shown
Mention by Peter
Ralph Fiennes talks about Wes Anderson's style of direction and footage is shown.
Ralph Fiennes introduces a clip from his film
movie is reviewed
Ranks at #3
Nomination presentation for best screenplay - motion picture, motion picture - comedy or musical, director - motion picture.
Nomination presentation for outstanding ensemble in a motion picture.
Nomination presentation for motion picture, makeup and hairstyling, cinematography, film editing, original score.
The face-punching scene is a direct spoof of the face-punching scene in Anderson's film.
Bell boy is a parody of the this movie