The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
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|MPAA||Rated R for language, some sexual content and violence|
Sex & Nudity
- A very brief shot of a woman covering her breasts with her hands, this is easily missed
- Overall, this film has some references
- A quick shot focused on the mirror with the reflection of a man standing with a woman performing oral
- Except for a painting in a few shots, most of the nudity in this film is easily missed upon first viewing. Some references
- Though it seems this is an incredibly sexual film, all the nudity is incredibly brief and is blink-and-you'll-miss-it. There are sexual references, but nothing explicit is mentioned and it can go over a child's head. The only thing close to nudity is an abstract painting of a nude woman, said painting is used comedically and is completely inaccurate to the female body. From 15.15-15.22.
- In a short, 15 second montage towards the beginning of the film, there are several 1 second shots with sexual activities being shown. The two most graphic being one with a man and an older woman in bed, her bare breasts are seen. And one with a woman performing oral on the same man. Very easy to skip over however
- A shot that lasts for at least 10 seconds of a painting. a man and a woman, the man pleasuring the woman.
- A scene includes a paint which has two girls kissing and touching with shown breasts.
- This montage happens when F. Murray Abraham and Jude Law are talking at a table together. It ends when Jude Law says "why blondes?"
- A man calls another man a "Faggot"
- There are non graphic black-and-white paintings of naked women in the background of some shots. There are naked statues.
- An elderly man is seen bathing. His genitals are not visible, just shoulders and up.
- A man says a woman is like dynamite in the sack
- Some remarks about a man being a predator
- Brief shot of man and a woman kissing in bed.
Violence & Gore
- Someone has four fingers sliced off, followed by a close-up of them lying on the ground.
- A prisoner fatally stabs four prison guards and is himself killed in the struggle. The fight is kept offscreen, but the aftermath is shown, with various bloodstains on the bodies.
- Many people get punched, often leading to bloody noses and bruises.
- A cat is thrown out of a window. The cat is seen spread-eagle on the pavement in a bright red splat of blood. We see a bloody bag with the dead cat in it later on. The effect is cartoon-like rather than gory.
- A shootout between many characters ensues; no one is hurt and the scene is meant to be humorous.
- Most violence and gore is comical rather than horrific.
- A woman's severed head is pulled out of a basket.
- Wes Anderson's most profane film by far.
- As with any Wes Anderson movie all the characters talk very fast so the profanity is very easy to miss
- 20 uses of "fuck" A few uses of "shit", "ass", "damn", and "hell". 2 uses of "faggot"
- Name-calling and several stereotypical references to ethnic groups.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- People socially consume alcohol. A man is seen smoking.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- All violence is portrayed in a comedic tone (the movie is not dark)
Violence & Gore
- A goon stomps the ground at the edge of a cliff to try and dislodge someone hanging off of it. The goon is pushed from behind off the side of the cliff to his death. The falling goon is seen flailing his arms and screams till he disappears.
- A man's fingers are sliced off with a slamming door; the severed fingers are seen in a closeup. The man's dead body is later briefly shown in a photograph.