Master chef Kate Armstrong runs her life and her kitchen with intimidating intensity. However, a recipe for disaster may be in the works when she becomes the guardian of her young niece while crossing forks with the brash sous-chef who just joined her staff. Though romance blooms in the face of rivalry, Kate needs to look outside the kitchen to find true happiness.
- Category:Romance, Comedy, Drama
- Stars:Catherine Zeta-Jones, Aaron Eckhart, Abigail Breslin, Patricia Clarkson, Jenny Wade, Bob Balaban, Brían F. O'Byrne, Lily Rabe, Eric Silver, Arija Bareikis, John McMartin, Celia Weston, Zoë Kravitz, Matthew Rauch, Dearbhla Molloy,
- Director:Scott Hicks,
- Writer:Carol Fuchs (screenplay), Sandra Nettelbeck (screenplay)
Master chef Kate Armstrong runs her life and her kitchen with intimidating intensity. Her life changes when her sister passes away leaving her with a little girl to raise and a new soup-chef threatens to take over her kitchen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: Yes, this is slow-paced, but it's an utterly fascinating documentary with gorgeous cinematography. I was really surprised at how much I enjoyed it.
(au) wrote: Neat: Thank you Kathy H. for this recommendation!
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(kr) wrote: Entertaining from start to finish. It was reminiscent of Tom Hardy's Bronson
(it) wrote: I know it's not supposed to be a quality movie. But it tops my list.
(br) wrote: Nothing good about this story of drug-addled bank robbers. Supposed to be a cult action-comedy. Reminded me of Tarantino's work (which I do not like either).
(nl) wrote: A sad, moving portrait of a family living in the Watts district of Los Angeles in the 1970's. This is an amazing piece of cinema verite beautifully shot with no permits on location.
(br) wrote: I thought this was a really good film, I still have yet to see Assassination Games, the same guy directs this one. I was very impressed with this.
(ca) wrote: an old english film with doris day acting her lil' heart away and a final monsterous twist at the end
(nl) wrote: Bought the Blu-Ray and watched this at home with my family. I thought this movie was an absolutely wonderful audio-visual representation of the real-life story of young pastor Don Piper and his wife Eva and their family, giving a very accurate and realistic account of his death experience via auto/truck collision and the many months of physical and mental suffering that his family went through after he "came back" from Heaven to deal with a difficult present-Earth reality once again. Highly inspirational... showing us a lot about how it is possible to get through terrible troubles/suffering if one has persistent determination and a great faith in Triune God Almighty and Jesus Christ... giving us also some credible and inspiring reassurance of the actual existence of Heaven as an ultimate reward (and final destination) of a lifetime spent on this much-troubled planet. A very high-quality production by writer/director Michael Polish, a highly dramatic and fascinating docu-drama biograph with great verisimilitude and amazingly impressive acting by Hayden Christensen and Kate Bosworth and many others who played smaller roles. I think this is one of the most realistically rendered "Christian films" I've ever seen, and the acting of the men who play the three or four different pastors that are portrayed in this film (including Hayden Christensen's Rev. Don Piper and at least 3 other actors' work in portraying other pastors)... is probably the most realistic and faithful representation of modern-day pastors that I have ever seen. Excellent production values and great cinematography... great and highly impressive performances by all who were involved in this movie. Congratulations to all concerned! This movie is a real blessing and a great inspiration to watch. Next I plan to get the Kindle ebooks of the parallel accounts of Don Piper and Eva Piper, so that I can join the more than 7 million readers who have already read Don Piper's 2004 book by the same title (which already has more than 46 foreign-language translations-- wow!)