Love is cooking in Carolina's kitchen, and it's wonderfully delicious! Samantha Ryan spices up the screen as Carolina, a passionate cook who is patiently waiting for Mr. Right. In the meantime, she pours her heart and soul into her catering company, and reveals a special culinary talent that magically affects the very clients whom she caters for. But between a booming business, an active fantasy life, and an array of excuses, Carolina becomes consumed with work and disregards the very real affections of her catering assistant, Aaron (Richie). After numerous unsuccessful attempts at winning her heart, Aaron decides to look for love elsewhere and Carolina soon realizes that her fantasies of Mr. Right have been a reality all along. But is it too late for that? Find out in this savory romance as Carolina and Aaron hope to discover a life that goes beyond the kitchen.
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Jack t (us) wrote: Another 3 hanky pity party by relatives of Milken, Madoff, Goldman, Sachs, Rubin and the rest. I love Pirate Bay, Mininova and Hamas. oh, and Iran.
Sean D (mx) wrote: Tim Allen tries to play too mature, he's better with the sillier stuff.
Dave J (jp) wrote: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 (2007) Dead Wood HORROR Straight to rental which starts off like any typical horror film where it shows the first nobodys getting killed- we don't know who or what is doing it! Then it jumps to the new people centering on two new couples deciding on going camping as well, it's just one very long introduction, centering on love problems for the first hour before viewers start to discover that the killings has something to do with the forest. The ending is idiotic which contradicts whatever happened toward what the living characters said they were going to do at the beginning. 1 out of 4
Clara V (us) wrote: The trailers are deceiving. I had no idea this movie was about terrorism. It was a good movie . If look besides hollywood version of terrorrism. It reminded me of Rendition. The FBI agents were kind of wack they could have gotten better actors to played the part.
Komal B (es) wrote: Dumbest movie I've seen in my life
Dario G (nl) wrote: sort of boring and way too predictable.
Pascal V (ru) wrote: Vraiment pas fan des frres Dardenne...
Alexis (nl) wrote: Sadly there were no ninjas on screen.
Johnny T (mx) wrote: Bobcat Goldthwait's film debut as a writer/director suffers from overreach and underwriting. It's weird, but it's not really funny. The movie plays like a series of scene outlines -- ideas for how the movie should progress -- that needed more writing and revision before the actors were called in. Shakes the Clown has been photographed as poorly as it was conceived. The cinematography is so murky that a white picket fence comes out looking brown. Goldthwait could have done a much better job of direction; some scenes ran far too long, others built up and then cut away without a payoff. The film also stars Adam Sandler as another clown, but he's just whining when Shakes screws up. Appearing briefly and inexplicably is Robin Williams, who plays a mime and is many times funnier than anything around him. Presumably meant as a black comic ode to subcultural misfits, Shakes the Clown is a tasteless wallow that takes inordinate pleasure in urination, vomiting, and other such indelicacies. Shakes the Clown is sick but whether it's a joke is a matter of taste. And this film is pretty tasteless. VERDICT: "Not So Hot" - [Negative Reaction] These films are truly terrible films. They are not the worst things ever made, but they are definitely awful and should not be seen by anyone. (Films that are rated 1.5 or 2 stars)
Nathaniel R (us) wrote: Wow !! i liked this movie..very good
Timmy C (ag) wrote: The leads are equal in screen impact, and the signing is quite accurate. Marlee Matlin and William Hurt both should have won Oscars.
Knox M (es) wrote: One of the top 5 best Bond films ever, Skyfall is not only the best for Craig, but an instructional video on how to make the perfect modern action movie.
Jason M (jp) wrote: Everyone can agree it's a masterpiece.
Agustn S (mx) wrote: Decently acted, visually splendid but ultimately lacking in the entertainment, screenplay(and unbearable lenght) department, Troy is a so-so epic film thay will put your patience and time to the test.
Tim C (de) wrote: Not great, but an interesting coming of age story.