MGM classic focusing on the intertwining lives of the inhabitants of a Berlin hotel. A lonely ballerina (Greta Garbo) contemplates suicide; a ruthless industrialist (Wallace Beery) makes a last ditch attempt to save his company; a fallen aristocrat (John Barrymore) resorts to thievery; an ambitious young woman (Joan Crawford) is about to trade her virtue for success; and a terminally-ill clerk (Lionel Barrymore) has a final fling. All five residents are unaware that their lives are about to change dramatically. The film won an Oscar for Best Picture.
Wat can i say about this nineteen thirtees film which has not been said already, as the title surjests it is based in a hotel and the people staying in it, there are the three... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shirley Steadman
An interesting segment type of movie which shows how acting has generally improved since then!Published 6 months ago by james kelly
very ,very dreary ----oh--please leave her alone -she's so morosePublished 7 months ago by pat glover
alot i, love it but i didnt get the ending of the movie. but i like thbe [pART WITHT EH SHADOWSPublished 22 months ago by Mike Macias
I have just embarked on a project of watching a number of classic films starting with the 1930s and 'Grand Hotel' seemed as good a place to start as any. Read morePublished on 29 Mar. 2013 by Iain C. Davidson