How to Cook Your Life

How to Cook Your Life

A Zen priest in San Francisco and cookbook author use Zen Buddhism and cooking to relate to everyday life.

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Jason G (nl) wrote: If you don't cry at the end you are a sociopath. Just saying.

Debbie L (kr) wrote: Ghobadi shows us the brutal world of war torn Iraq in his latest cinematic wonder. I was spellbound for the entire film.

Peter F (fr) wrote: Xavier Dolan's debut film is a sure-footed picture about the difficulties that arise in mother-son relationships. Seeing that Dolan is very young himself, the movie is mostly seen through the eyes of his character Hubert Minel, but fortunately the troubles his mother face are still very present. It's not particularly tightly-plotted, but it makes up for it with an entrancing style that makes very effective use of it's low-budget, and takes fascinating procedures with music and lighting. Xavier Dolan pretty much established himself as an indie-film wunderkind right out the bat.

Raymond C (nl) wrote: An off-the-wall, politically-incorrect French comedy which had me in stitches ! Hugely enjoyable.

Julian J (ag) wrote: Apart from some ropey green screen a neat little ghost story with some chilling moments and spooky atmosphere.

Luke H (fr) wrote: Showcase role for Annette Benning in this somewhat frivolous film, she carries the show very well and is the only reason to watch it.

Andy M (mx) wrote: A pretty good documentary talking about the history of horror looking at some very good horror directors.

Danielle J (nl) wrote: Ok, maybe I'm biased, I like spoof movies. And I like a spoof movie that understands that they are doing a terrible job. I also like horror films. I figure, there is a gauge of the movie, easily read in the first 20 minutes. If you have not laughed and have not agreed with Dexter (or laughed at his reaction) then you've got the wrong movie. But I am very sore that others would be so against what is a fairly honest spoof of a genre that is usually pretty silly to being with. Teri Copley's acting alone is reason enough to laugh, reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe, just this side of bad acting. Or maybe that side, depending on the scene. But it isn't made to be a serious movie, it's entertainment that you smoke before and enjoy!

Kristian M (kr) wrote: "Lots of people call their baby 'It'..."Three times the baby but somehow a little less fun than the original. Still quite enjoyable.

David B (gb) wrote: Ahhhhhh. The sound of me exhaling before settling down to watch this. It's that sort of film; one that requires you to slow down considerably. The service at the start, then the 'counselling' of the depressed man, then scenes of vast monologues and eventually confessions to the camera. Captivating. It always helps that Bergman picks such beautiful actresses, of course, but bjornstrad is the real star here.