Origins of a Meal

Origins of a Meal

With this documentary on the plots and sub-plots of the universe of food, Moullet moves away from comedy to become a pioneer of today's trend to analyze the forms of globalization by ...

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Haley R (ru) wrote: Okay but not great, most of the funniest moments are in the trailer

Sean D (ag) wrote: I've seen this before and yet again I forgot that I did. This was probably one of the earliest SyFy films that I've seen. There is really only CGI in the beginning and it's not too bad. The plot is different, but not the greatest. It's a post-apocalyptic journey film and unlike many lated films, no zombies here, although it'd be hard to not mistake the general enemies in the film as being those. A disease is ravaging a village, which in turn is caught in a pretty stupid way and a group of villagers travel the world and New York City or something for the cure. It's a fun film, I'd recommend it.

Honie J (es) wrote: If you like Sci-fi & Shark movies, then you would like this movie. This is a good thiller.

Moo C (au) wrote: This is such a cute story. It's kind of like a really light hearted "Crash".

Sara W (fr) wrote: chuck norris is awesome but hes a terrible actor...no offense

Tina S (gb) wrote: Two stepping and proovin' it since 1980

Ihab B (ru) wrote: Man, I remember this film.I absolutely loved it.Such a charming little piece of cinema.

Robert W (gb) wrote: pure sex and fire with exhilarating performances, never gets old.

Joao M (jp) wrote: Mesmo com atuaes boas,efeitos visuais bem feitos e maquiagem impressionante,A Montanha Enfeitiada peca em roteiro e historia,E se resume s aquilo que o roteiro criou.

Bathsheba M (es) wrote: I'm on an animal jag now...saw this one somewhere along the line and it holds up well as a late nite DVD. Explores nicely our relationship with wild animals--what do we owe them in return for what to bring to our lives. Anyone who has ever lived with an animal can relate.

Stella D (fr) wrote: an underseen 60s thriller from britain with terrific atmosphere and intelligent script. like 'night of the demon,' which the title is apparently meant to recall, the film involves a skeptical scientist's confrontation with supernatural powers... in this case, in the shape of his own wife. great use of minimal special effects in the rampaging eagle scene