A veteran chef faces off against his restaurant group's new CEO, who wants to the establishment to lose a star from its rating in order to bring in a younger chef who specializes in molecular gastronomy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A veteran chef faces off against his restaurant group's new CEO, who wants to the establishment to lose a star from its rating in order to bring in a younger chef who specializes in molecular gastronomy.
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Denny C (us) wrote: A typical Wong Jing lame show that can let you laugh it off.
Ben R (es) wrote: This movie is good. It's funny at times and serious at other times. Still not as good as iron man though.
Sylvester K (mx) wrote: Too disturbing to really be a kid film, Small Soldier brings back childhood memory thanks to the Toy Story like storyline with an adult twist.
Harrison W (it) wrote: Love seeing all the shots that would become known in PTA movies. The movie moves very slow, but I did not see that plot coming. Reminds me a lot of Jackie Brown (Sydney's like the Robert Forster character, Samuel L. Jackson's character, a character waiting alone in a house). Leaves a lot unexplained (Do they JUST gamble all day? That's it?! Are they scam artists? How do they make money?), but it's still a great movie.
hawk l (it) wrote: Complex portrait of events which otherwise have had very little film coverage, beautifully capturing the idealism of the protagonists, their diverging beliefs and attitudes, and the ultimate logistical barriers and strife.
Hikaru I (ru) wrote: The death of Mummy made me super happy. Radu's constant revival is kind of irritating, the guy was on fire and melting yet he still manages to pull himself together.
Paul D (fr) wrote: Another civil war film for Clark Gable to get his teeth into, although Yvonne De Carlo undertakes most of the emotional parts. It's a pretty good effort centring around the final years of the slave trade in America, although there's a Hollywood righteousness about the whole production that puts slightly more effort into a happy conclusion than the issues themselves - although this was pretty normal for this period in cinema.
Buggy B (gb) wrote: Yeah this was pretty terrible, I fell asleep watching it and then couldn't be bothered to go back and finish it because I' d seen it all before and just didn't care. A semi entertaining move dubbed as "an explosive thriller" following a deskbound CIA agent (JRM), who is suddenly given a big-time assignment by the agency and must team up with lone wolf (Travolta) to stop a terrorist bombing. Filled with non-stop (but unremarkable) action scenes Travolta is Mr. tough cool guy and I hated his character -granted he does a decent enough job but I kept thinking Jason Statham would have been great in this role. And while I'm a fan of JRM this is probably the worst I have seen from him, a wishy-washy character with a bad American accent. I honestly didn't "get" that he was an intelligence officer either until I read the synopsis, his position was never explained. 7/1/14