Tandoori Love

Tandoori Love

Sonja is a waitress at a guesthouse in the Bernese Oberland and happily engaged to her boss Markus. Everything changes when an Indian chef called Rajah enters her life. Rajah is the chef on a Bollywood film set, but when he spies Sonja in the supermarket it is love at first sight. He starts working at the guesthouse where his artful cooking sets Markus on a culinary mission and soon attracts the j

Sonja is a waitress at a guesthouse in the Bernese Oberland and happily engaged to her boss Markus. Everything changes when an Indian chef called Rajah enters her life. Rajah is the chef on a Bollywood film set, but when he spies Sonja in the supermarket it is love at first sight. He starts working at the guesthouse where his artful cooking sets Markus on a culinary mission and soon attracts the j . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jake C (br) wrote: the girls like it and it beats watching a Barbie movie.

ayman20 k (es) wrote: shit movie. worst movie ever. didnt like the film. such a shit movie.

Gregory W (gb) wrote: great beats scenery and everything

Jeremiah T (es) wrote: Entertainment value: it was fun, original, and fantastic!

Jonny P (gb) wrote: "Hoot" is a piece of work. It is everything that is wrong with family films. Every time that Disney releases a new film, families flock to the theater for an experience that will be entertaining and meaningful to all. While the most important thing is for Disney to make families happy, they also make the critics happy. If you look at their 2016 releases, Rotten Tomatoes rates them at 98% (Moana), 86% (Pete's Dragon), 75% (The BFG), 94% (Finding Dory), 30% (Alice Through the Looking Glass), 94% (The Jungle Book), and 98% (Zootopia). There is no excuse for a production company to release a film like "Hoot" that earned a whopping 26% when Disney can put out a consistent stream of quality, family-friendly films. While this is a review for "Hoot," I think it is important that we acknowledge that we all take Disney films for granted.Now back to the movie at hand. What makes it so bad? Here is a short list: Poor acting, a bad script, an unnecessary Jimmy Buffet character, 17-year-old Brie Larson playing a middle school student, a soundtrack of Jimmy Buffet singing a compilation of his own and other peoples' music, a tired "Save the Earth" story, and an unnecessary closing credits song by Jimmy Buffet called "Good Guys Win (Every Once In A While)." It contains nearly every stereotype of a poorly made family film, complete with a big bully that gets beat up by a little protagonist, a clumsy cop (played by none other than... Luke Wilson?) and a Tiananmen Square-style showdown with a bulldozer. I'm sure that kids were entertained by this movie but there is literally nothing in it for adults, which I consider to be a failure on the part of the writers. Disney has shown us that kids movies can appeal to the entire film (and movie critics!) but "Hoot" completely fails to cater to anyone other than preteens.

Rachel M (gb) wrote: love this movie and it's where I got Ebyn's name ?

Tim H (au) wrote: I like Eric Bana so maybe, someday?

Vadim D (ag) wrote: The effects still hold up and the dueling between Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn is priceless. Zemekis' film still entertains and is a much better and more entertaining film than the reviews and the score indicated here.

Cronis M (jp) wrote: Boring film is saved by the second-best car-chase scene ever made (next to the 1974 Gone in 60 Seconds).

Barry T (ag) wrote: Another weird role for Franco in this wet limp of a film. Its neither sexy or erotic and it should have been released next year on the back of 50 shades of gray!!

Grant H (ag) wrote: Great movie. Very funny, with good performances from its cast, but an awesome performance from Marsden. It's tied for his greatest of all time with his performance in Death at a Funeral.

Mark R (ru) wrote: They succeeded with the first spongebob movie and decided at another go. Not a bad movie but nothing worth rewatching.