The Grand Budapest Hotel.
"It’s a tough choice, but if I had to pick the most Wes Anderson moment in the The Grand Budapest Hotel, it would be the part when inmates escape from a prison using tiny sledgehammers and pickaxes that have been smuggled past the guards inside fancy, frosted pastries. This may, come to think of it, be the most Wes Anderson thing ever, the very quintessence of his impish, ingenious and oddly practical imagination."
A.O. Scott review from the New York Times