Haute Cuisine

Haute Cuisine

The story of Danièle Delpeuch and how she was appointed as the private chef for François Mitterrand.

The story of Danièle Delpeuch and how she was appointed as the private chef for François Mitterrand. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Haute Cuisine torrent reviews

Jasrick J (gb) wrote: A fun filled tale, the story is about Seenu (varun) who is pathetic at studies and after his father??s ranting, he vows to become good at it. In college, he falls in love with Sunaina (ileana). But Angad (arunoday), a policeman also eyes Sunaina. Meanwhile, Seenu faces another trouble as Sunaina is kidnapped by a don (anupam kher) in Bangkok. This is because his sister Ayesha (nargis) is in love with Seenu. What happens from there forms the rest.The director has come up with a commercial masala storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was entertaining. The dialogues were well written. The script was average but the screenplay was good. The background score was melodious and three songs were worth watching. Cinematography was colorful. Editing was required during the second half. Costumes were trendy and stylish while the art department was majestic. Varun Dhawan has stolen the show with his act and he was good. Ileana was beautiful and her performance is nice. Nargis Fakhri has got sex appeal written all over her. Anupam Kher was excellent. Manoj Pahwa was hilarious. Rajpal Yadav brought few laughs, Evelyn Sharma was hot, Arunoday Singh was impressive. Others did their bit as required and added value.The film happens to be the remake of the Telugu super hit movie Kandireega and the director has ensured not to change the original script. The first half goes on a lighter note with elements of comedy, romance and some action. The second half continues in the same way and the twists and turns are more hilarious. Overall, this is a film which has the vintage David Dhawan stamp all over it, but where Govinda and Salman emerged hero no 1's it is Varun this time who rules the proceedings beautifully.

Spencer S (gb) wrote: The Identical is enthralling, oh not because it's good by any way shape or form, but maybe because it's one of the most hypnotically terrible films to come out in a while, it's almost a glorious feat of inept filmmaking that's even more baffling considering the likes of Ray Liotta, Ashley Judd, Seth Green, and Joe Pantoliano show their faces in this astonishing feat of stupidity; The Identical isn't just baffling based around it's script or bland direction, but also due to it's mere premise being a feat that makes this film almost worth watching to learn how to make a film 100% wrong

Boogie B (jp) wrote: Enjoyable, great seeing this amazing cast, proving they still got it.

Edgar C (gb) wrote: Chaun Lu is a genius and let me state briefly the reasons in a single paragraph.This celluloid contribution is clearly influenced from the way to present a brutal historical background, to the way of dramatizing it and the technical tools to create a bigger scope of atrocities and catastrophe. Yet, he embraces these influences without hesitating and the final message becomes clear and honest. That's what counts in modern cinema. What we have in hands now is the best movie of 2009, a piece that implicates very directly that the enemy to destroy is war itself as a means of empowerment, a triumphant juggernaut for Chinese cinema (which always has defied sociopolitical standards and faced national censorship, by the way, and for that, I raise my glass).97/100

John H (gb) wrote: If the purpose of this movie was to reflect the rootlessness and irrelevance of a certain slice of an American generation, it succeeded spectacularly. The only thing that kept me watching to the end (although I did start to nod off a couple of times) was to ascertain that I really was traveling a cinematic road to nowhere. I was.

Garrett (ru) wrote: It's so obnoxiously self-congratulatory, it's aggravating to watch. I don't know what exactly gave Maher the impression that this was a good idea, but a film about a guy traveling around America to act smug in front of the camera only to be beaten in a religious debate by a theme park Jesus isn't really much of an inspiring film.

horse c (mx) wrote: Over & Over About the Same Issues....

Byron C (ru) wrote: Love this movie! Trust me if you got Netflix watch it.

Karolis R (mx) wrote: Thin plot but imaginative filming and set up.

Nal T (gb) wrote: it is really good.but i dont like preity's acting style

Vincent W (jp) wrote: In my book, Derek Jarman's most sexiest tale of love between "real" men.

Greg J (de) wrote: Critics tend to focus on Judy Holliday's performance. However, I honestly don't see Gladys Glover as a particularly challenging role. That said, I think she could have made one of the last and most memorable scenes (the one at the airplane hangar), much more interesting. Jack Lemmon, on the other hand, was brilliant. I can't think of anyone else who could have done what he did with Pete. Humble, yet proud... Silly, yet cool and romantic. Excellent movie!

Ilsa L (kr) wrote: Another madcap adventure with Nick and Nora Charles and Asta but in my opinion, not quite up to the standard set by the earlier films.

Alex K (es) wrote: 2008's The Dark Knight Is My Second Favorite Film Of All Time.