This comedy revolves around two brothers, both wonderful chefs, who fall out catastrophically. At the climax of their dispute they rip the family recipe book in half - one brother gets the starters and the other gets the main courses. They set up rival restaurants, across the road from each other, and spend the next twenty years trying to out-do each other. Neither brother will admit it but they both know they are not entirely successful in the 'other half' of the menu. It takes a daughter - a successful corporate lawyer marrying a man from a very different background - to reunite them. She is planning her marriage and is determined that they will both cook the wedding banquet.
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Mark N (us) wrote: Hack it through a dull 10minute opening to where the movie actually begins with a bang and then immediately slows back to a dull nothing again. Every character is and unengaging, something i would never have though possible with Murphy himself. The central conceit is intriguing but with little wrapped around it the movie feels a sparse and open void just looking for another character to fill it.
Maggie L (fr) wrote: i thought this was a really nice simple movie. I took it as a movie about love and passion for something.
Marko Z (br) wrote: Brutal and disturbing, the original Oldboy is an amazing piece of foreign cinema.
Maridia B (ru) wrote: It's like little kids took some crayons and scribbled all over the movie.
Tyson P (br) wrote: pretty funny idea and good cast make this film entertaining. even tho its a spoof its probably more true than you'd think.
dan b (fr) wrote: Decent suspense with plenty of T&A thrown in to appease the males in the audience.
Carlos I (jp) wrote: Corny and over the top, but so damn fun! The comradery between Ward and Grey is great. It's really too bad this series didn't continue.
Benjamin W (nl) wrote: Back when I first saw this film as a child, it scared me quite a bit. Later, when I watched it again for the first time in a while, it didn't scare me as much, but it certainly was thrilling. Now, having read the book it was based on, I have a fuller and more in-depth understanding and appreciation of all sides of this classic story. With the knowledge of what was missing in the movie from the book, I thought it would detract from the viewing experience. Instead, I found that the book and the film covered two very different aspects of the story, each expertly done for the utilized medium.In the book (which was released a year before the film), we find that the shark hunt is not only a matter of public safety but also infused with the politics of the island of Amity and the personal drama of a cuckolded police chief. These human elements made the characters seem more like the monsters than the actual shark did. Those who have seen the film will know that there is no affair with the police chief's wife, mainly because there's no time to cover it. Instead, the film focuses on the tense chase and destruction of the shark that terrorized an island in the midst of the height of its tourist season.What I found interesting about watching Jaws this time around was actually how Hitchcock-esque the film seemed. As Spielberg's breakout film, Jaws did have a few moments of his signature, albeit still undeveloped style, but much of it almost felt like Alfred Hitchcock was behind the camera (especially with the "Vertigo shot" at the beach). So much of the cinematography was expertly framed and shot that you almost don't realize that practically a third (or more) of the film is just three men on a boat. Even though I had seen this film many times before, it still is a thrilling ride up until the explosive conclusion.An excellent film adaptation to accompany a fantastic book's plot, I give Jaws 4.0 stars out of 5.
Jim M (mx) wrote: Decient proto-slasher film.
Matthew H (es) wrote: Good revenge flick with some great action scenes.
Adam A (br) wrote: Julia Roberts exceptionally better acting to her counterparts may have you cringe in your seat, but when her husband show up with the stare competition, you can't just ignore the laughs that come with it. "Sleeping With The Enemy" is a very silly atempt of telling an otherwise serious and grim story.
Wes S (gb) wrote: It doesn't fair too far from a typical killer shark movie, but it does add a little flare to the shark attacks and the shark itself. Unappealing characters, not a terribly solid plot, and quite a few slow moments. It can be fun at times, but otherwise it's forgettable.
Cameron M (br) wrote: The performances are great and the dialogue clever but they can't quite cover the fact that the "Big Twist" has very little to do with the nonexistent plot.