Maxi thinks is life is perfect. He is a famous cook who own a top hype restaurant in Chueca. He is living his homosexual life without complex. But when his son Edu and his daughter Alba appears, and comes a new neighbor which is an attractive ex famous Argentinian soccer player, they will punch his regular life and change his valors.
- Stars:Javier Cámara, Lola Dueñas, Fernando Tejero, Benjamín Vicuña, Chus Lampreave, Luis Varela, Cristina Marcos, Alexandra Jiménez, Junio Valverde, Alejandra Lorenzo, Mariano Peña, Fernando Albizu, Carlos Leal, Alberto Jo Lee, Jesús Fuente,
- Director:Nacho G. Velilla,
- Writer:Oriol Capel, David S. Olivas, Antonio Sánchez, Nacho G. Velilla
Javier Cimara (Talk to Her) stars as Chef Maxi, a culinary genius/drama queen with too much on his plate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chef's Special torrent reviews
(es) wrote: If Refn spent as much time on story and character as he does on flashy cinematography, this would be twice the film.
(us) wrote: bad in a not good way
(ca) wrote: Easily Pushes Itself Into One Of The Best Documentaries I've Ever Had The Privilege To See. Put Together With A Genuine Look At A Pivotal Part Of The Entire Human Ecosystem. Quite Simply, Everyone Must See This As It Directly Affects Your Life.
(br) wrote: a pretty swee action/thriller movee you can watch anytime and still enjoy it
(us) wrote: Loved this movie. Familiar story and a great cast that were very believable in their respective roles.
(mx) wrote: Probably it's a little bit too sentimental but still a very touching romantic story and one of the very best of the end of the millenium.
(ca) wrote: Sucks you in as much as Joey got sucked in to being Donnie. Perhaps one of the essential mob flicks.
(mx) wrote: Saw this when i was a child and iam haunted by it, insane, ducks that drink people as tea.
(mx) wrote: Syrupy and heavily melodramatic story about what happens when 3 old codgers place a bet, throw three wallets in the snow, and see who comes to return it. Soon a disheveled young man and a goodhearted lady return them. Before you can say "Trading Places", soon the couple fall in love! But wait! Turns out disheveled boy can sing! Soon the three codgers die in a plane crash and their souls hound the couple into making The Right Decisions in life. Its all quite hokey, a bit funny-bad, but it's quite watchable.
(de) wrote: I went into this having only seen 'The Book of Eli' by these directors, The Hughes Brothers. I quite liked that film, although I did feel their vivacious stylizations interfered with the telling of the story. Seeing this earlier film of theirs confirmed that suspicion, though it's still a fine film. Though Johnny Depp (the brothers' 5th choice for the lead) does a fine job as the film's protagonist (I haven't read Alan Moore's graphic novel yet, so I can't say how this filmic adaptation compares), it certainly would have been interesting to see how any of their previous choices would have done (in order of their preference): Daniel Day-Lewis, Sean Connery, Jude Law and Brad Pitt (but especially either of the first two). It has a fine supporting cast, is beautiful to look at and is consistently intriguing. I especially liked Heather Graham (I think this is solidly amongst her best work), Ian Holm, Robbie Coltrane and, most significantly, Katlin Cartlidge. Boy, do I ever miss her in films made ever since.
(au) wrote: Better than Sharknado, just insanely fun, funny and cheesey with some of the most hilariously creative horror deaths in any B-movie.
(kr) wrote: let's be honest, the movie was funny and well worked... it's not a bad movie. it's an unlogic, senseless, silly movie to have a great and Entertaining time
(kr) wrote: Hilarious and easy to digest! Easy to see this is from same people as Wet Hot American Summer.