The Hundred-Foot Journey was set in the picturesque village in southern France. When an Indian family settled here and open a restaurant, they fell in battle with an old French restaurant. The "War" escalated until two chef of two restaurants fell in love. What did they have to do to end this war? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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The Hundred-foot Journey torrent reviews
Michael H (fr) wrote: Equal parts silly, sick and stupid - this is in extremely bad taste but somehow manages to be gleefully enjoyable and quite funny
Jordon J (mx) wrote: Drearily familiar, lazily constructed, and simply not very interesting. No spiders, either. Dissapointing all around SKIP IT!!!
Bailey H (us) wrote: A very slow movie, but if you are willing to wait, you will not be disappointed. It's not filled with comedy or action, but the characters are very well-rounded and all of them give phenomenal performances. This movie does a beautiful job showing how people deal with trauma, loss, and pain, which is what the movie is about--feelings. If you don't like movies like that, then don't watch, but if you are into slower dramas, then this is certainly a pleasant surprise.
Carol H (gb) wrote: I only saw this movie once and I have no intention of revisiting it. It's just too unmemorable.
raquel a (us) wrote: mikey is a great thriller. the kid kills!!
Luciano G (gb) wrote: Okay it's been done before and will be done again but I think this film has a charm of it's own....the shots of the ocean seen from inside the facility work really well and the miniature/model work was excellent....it was nice to see Amanda Pays pop up in a lead role and there's some great 80's quality one-liners to push it across the line...it does get a little silly towards the end but..c'mon... 80's!
Allen G (es) wrote: I think this is Parker's best work- an interesting and rare-gem with terrible haircuts but some very series work. It's dark and obscure but it knows it and embraces it. Modine has to receive the credit for this one- his full commitment to the rule is deadly serious and takes away any chance of this being unintentionally funny. Cage plays his role well but he is certainly at the side here. When you are working from a novel of such maturity the odds of the film retaining that fully are slim- this film beats the odds, the depth in this one allows it build up naturally without ever feeling rushed.