Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers

Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers

A zesty paean of praise to the greater glories of garlic. This lip-smacking foray into the history, consumption, cultivation and culinary/curative powers of the stinking rose features chef Alice Waters of Chez Panisse, and a flavorful musical soundtrack.

A documentary on the history of garlic. Blank interviews chefs, garlic lovers, and historians about the their love of the 'stinking rose.' . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Alivia T (es) wrote: it is the best movie ever

Rob D (au) wrote: The start of the McConnaisance.

Gail W (gb) wrote: revenge can b sweet ,in this movie ,the revenge was awesome to the end

Anaise C (it) wrote: this move is the best

JY S (es) wrote: Ryuhei Kitamura's style goes a long way, and Versus has plenty of it.The plot is definitely light for a film with nearly a 2 hour run time; however, despite this along with its low budget and lack of multiple settings, the sci-fi fantasy concept, wacky characters, and stylized action keep things afloat from beginning to end.When all is said and done, the action is the most memorable piece of this picture. Whether it be the plethora of guns, hand to hand combat, or swordplay, it all stands out because of its unique choreography. The lengthy and highly entertaining finale of a fight contains unique swords for both of the leads.Tak Sakaguchi thrives more on his action than acting, but in a film where characters have no names, it all works out. Hideo Sakaki is a confident and effective villain. Minoru Matsumoto and Kenji Matsuda are the over-actors of the bunch and they just barely stay under the level of annoyance.Versus is an action film that can be viewed as a cult classic. Zombies with guns anyone?

Jeff M (nl) wrote: This movie had potential, until it played out like the chickflick it was meant to be. The ending would have been better had it played out differently. A lot more realistic.

Preston P (au) wrote: Brilliant allegory, where the characters and their interactions represent many the forces that shape Hong Kong, past and present. Infused with a sensual nostalgia, the acting, directing and photography are top notch.

Tapio W (us) wrote: Painajaiseni toteutuivat. Sulaminen oli siisti!

Ben C (us) wrote: Slightly a little outdated now it's still a great classic.

Dave J (jp) wrote: Monday, September 10, 2012 (1948) Call Northside 777 DOCU- DRAMA Based on an actual incident about how a very skeptical reporter by the name of P.J. (Jim) McNeal played by James Stewart able to prove an accused to be innocent. It may also be the first film to showcase how a "lie detector test" works. The movie's title "Call Northside 777" is only the ad reporter Mc Neal responded to which was made by the accused's mother posting a huge reward to prove his son innocence. This is my second viewing since I thought it was well made but outdated and uninteresting beause of precident and because of better reporting films such as "All The President's Men" and "The Big Clock" and Foreign Correspondent" to name a few which are movies that seem to be more current. 3 out of 4 stars

Daniela T (gb) wrote: A life changing movie

Salah A (au) wrote: Charming yet a lot darker than one will think. 'Ruby Sparks' is a quite genius.

Alex S (gb) wrote: Good performances and Louis Malle's assured hand make Atlantic City a very worthwhile viewing while also bringing originality to the gangster genre, which has become overloaded with cliches.