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  • Wes Anderson taps European inspiration for his latest film

    By Dennis King, For The OklAhoman | Published: Fri, Mar 28, 2014

    ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ director Wes Anderson latest film draws heavily from films of the past, European history.

  • Ralph Fiennes lends dramatic gravity to comic role in ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’

    Dennis King | Published: Fri, Mar 28, 2014

    BY DENNIS KING NEW YORK – Critics of Wes Anderson’s unique brand of fantastical, eccentric, clockwork filmmaking often suggest that his movies are airy, ornamental inventions lacking the gravity of truly profound storytelling. On first blush that may seem true. Each of his eight meticulously handcrafted films has proven itself as intricate and multi-faceted as a Faberge egg.

  • Blu-ray review: 'Matilda'

    Dennis King | Published: Thu, Mar 27, 2014

    Long before “Matilda: The Musical” became a Tony Award-winning hit on Broadway, the story was a much-beloved children’s book by the great British eccentric Roald Dahl and a prickly, endearing 1996 movie adaptation by actor-director Danny DeVito. In the nearly 20 years since its release, that quirky, zippy little film – much like the story’s page and stage incarnations – has achieved a sort of cult status among young fans, as well as among grown-up admirers of Dahl’s warm, weird and wonderfully cracked body of literature.