Like Water for Chocolate

Like Water for Chocolate

Tita is passionately in love with Pedro, but her controlling mother forbids her from marrying him. When Pedro marries her sister, Tita throws herself into her cooking and discovers she can transfer her emotions through the food she prepares, infecting all who eat it with her intense heartbreak.

The youngest daughter in her family, the beautiful Tita is forbidden to marry her true love, Pedro because Tita's mother wanted her oldest daughter to get married first, and have Tita to stay and take care of her. As the years pass, unusual circumstances test the enduring love of Pedro and Tita. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nate Q (fr) wrote: From what I remeber, it was some pretty hokey, unoriginal stuff. Just anohter deriative movie to be honest.

Steven L (jp) wrote: An American documentary director takes a shot at a fiction film that takes place in India, with a script in the native language. And he nails it. It's unassuming yet revelatory; beautiful yet realistic; tender among harsh conditions. The actual pool looms over Venkatesh, the main character. What is its grander significance? Why is it pristine in an overgrown garden? Why is it a focal point without swimmers? It ends as one chapter ends with so many possibilities for the characters' futures.

Jaen H (it) wrote: I really quite enjoy this version of a 'made for the next century' Dracula. Gerard Butler did a great job of acting through his eyes as Dracula doesn't speak very often. The action is good the story is very subpar, far fetched ideas about extending one's life, Nathan Fillon as a priest, and the female lead could've been sexier. Even after all those things it still is worth a watch and the soundtrack is top tier! Pantera and Disturbed both have songs that only appear on this soundtrack (aside from being a bonus track in japan).

John S (br) wrote: Very nice cinematography and great soundtrack to it too.

Allan C (es) wrote: I've always like "In Search of..." types of conspiracy stories around UFOs, bigfoots and other mysteries of the unexplained. This film jumped on the X-Files bandwagon, but it doesn't quite come off. The set-up had potential, taking one of the most famous UFO abduction cases and casting the film with some quality actors including D.B. Sweeney, Robert Patrick, Craig Sheffer, Peter Berg, Henry Thomas, James Garner and Kathleen Wilhoite (who always seems to be selling babies on TV crime dramas). You even have a good score by Mark Isham and sharp photography by Bill Pope. Unfortunately, takes an interesting case and adds unnecessary sensationalism (and fabrication) to what could have been an interesting story that presents the fact of the case and let the audience decide the truth. The filmmakers choice to present the abduction as fact, rather than something that is in question or uncertain, loses an element of mystery that could have given the film an added level of intrigue. There are good performances in the film, particularly by Robert Patrick, but the film really comes off as a missed opportunity. The X-Files told this type of story much better.

Steve D (br) wrote: As good as the first moranis should have beena big star

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Gia B (ca) wrote: What a beautifully made film. I have never known a deaf person before, I had no idea that someone could be happy being deaf and not want to take the opportunity available to hear. Very eye-opening. Higly recommended to fellow documentary lovers.

Augustine H (br) wrote: Few films on immigrants are depressing yet offering so much hope like this one. Few non-Scandinavians could imagine that this piece of land was once full of injustice and prejudice that could tear father and son apart. However, the ending, like the original novel, shows that there is a silver lining behind. Brilliant performance from Max Von Sydow being a flawed yet caring father.

Gergely K (jp) wrote: Adam West rossz vagy. A film is.

jeff m (br) wrote: another good one in this series

David W (de) wrote: All-Star hey! The Dreamworks road to victory begins here!

Jay B (au) wrote: SOME good laughs... mostly entertaining.