Marco Poloni's family owns a bakery in the Bronx and it seems that they have fallen on hard times and his family is considering selling the bakery. Marco then decides to enter a baking competition hoping that the money and publicity will help them. But he needs a partner, so her asks Grace Carpenter, the baker of restaurant, but unfortunately they started off on the wrong foot, but she agrees. So they go to the competition and things seem to be looking good except for a few complications. One of the other contestant Jacques du Jacques is Marco's former classmate at the Academy, whom he says betrayed him. Emil, one of the judges, is Marco's former instructor at the Academy whom he did not leave a good impression on. And Marco's temper. So will they be able to pull it off. And at the same time Marco finds himself attracted to her but she already has a boyfriend.
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Christine H (nl) wrote: This is so cute!!.....I downloaded the series and it is equally as awesome!
Martin S (ru) wrote: Very entertaining and glad we saw it - slightly slow and whimsical at first but really picked up and worth watching just to see a fridge being taken surfing !
Ca H (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this a lot more than I expected to: it was pretty funny, if not hilarious, and whilst the characters are hard to care for, I did find myself wanting them not to get caught. The cast is brilliant, with Andy Serkis my clear favourite, and I found the conclusion refreshingly different. I wouldn't have thought of myself as a fan of such a type of humour but there was something about it that I just really liked.
Hannah R (it) wrote: The director obviously wasn't that concerned with explaining what the Commune 1 was, so the beginning was pretty muffled. Besides that, I really loved the cinematography.
Craig M (ru) wrote: Interesting, but terribly acted. It's as if Mae West possessed everyone about halfway through the film.
Scott W (fr) wrote: One of the few Scorsese films I don't like. Feels aimless to me and it's boring. Also has a weak performance from Patricia Arquette.
Justin H (br) wrote: it's worth every penny
Connor A (kr) wrote: A real entry in the alternative filmmaking of Australia, Walkabout discards dialogue-driven story conventions in favour of a storybook-style manner of fiction.
Emily B (au) wrote: All of my worst nightmares wrapped into one film. I still can't believe I agreed to watch this, but alas, I was instantly hooked and will forever regret it.
Nilufer R (nl) wrote: I like seeing Reese Witherspoon in serious movies, it started somewhat interesting but turned out to be quite boring, nothing much to see. True story? okay, justice system is fucked up, that's about it.
Ralph R (fr) wrote: I'll eat an Irish grape farmer's Scottish terrier before I watch this eggnog-o-rama.