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TMDB - 5.60/10
Metacritic - 6.40/10
104 Min - Comedy | Drama | Romance - 2007-07-25
Directors:
Scott Hicks,
Writing:
Sandra Nettelbeck, Carol Fuchs,
Stars:
Catherine Zeta-Jones, Aaron Eckhart, Abigail Breslin, Patricia Clarkson, Jenny Wade, Bob Balaban, Brían F. O'Byrne,
Country:
AU, US
Language:
English
Synopsis
Kate is a terrific chef at a Manhattan restaurant, sent to therapy by the restaurant owner because she is cold, unyielding, rule-bound, and a pain in the neck. Kate's world is flipped over when her only sister dies and her ten-year-old niece, Zoe, comes to live with her.
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104 Min Comedy | Drama | Romance 2007-07-25
Directors:
Scott Hicks,
Writing:
Sandra Nettelbeck, Carol Fuchs,
Stars:
Catherine Zeta-Jones, Aaron Eckhart, Abigail Breslin, Patricia Clarkson, Jenny Wade, Bob Balaban, Brían F. O'Byrne,
Country:
AU, US
Language:
English
Synopsis:
Kate is a terrific chef at a Manhattan restaurant, sent to therapy by the restaurant owner because she is cold, unyielding, rule-bound, and a pain in the neck. Kate's world is flipped over when her only sister dies and her ten-year-old niece, Zoe, comes to live with her.
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50
By Washington Post
There's already a crazy behind-the-scenes restaurant movie out this summer, and it's got a better story, and it's a cartoon, and it stars a rat.
40
By Angie Errigo - Empire
It’s sufficiently well done to qualify as cute, quite the thing for a girlie outing with grub after, but it’s utterly phoney baloney.
40
By Carina Chocano - Los Angeles Times
The movie feels stubbornly, resolutely disingenuous and one-dimensional. Everything in it isdesigned to make you feel better, so why does it feel artificial and palliative in that really depressing way?
63
By Carrie Rickey - Philadelphia Inquirer
Alas, not even Eckhart and Breslin can get Zeta-Jones to simmer.
50
By Chris Kaltenbach - Baltimore Sun
Too bad director Scott Hicks and screenwriter Carol Fuchs didn't look more closely at their source material, a 2001 German film called Mostly Martha. That film used the same basic premise but injected real conflict into the mix, in ways sexual, culinary, even ethnic. That film tried to do something, even while it was entertaining us.
75
By Claudia Puig - USA Today
The romance, which commences rather gradually, is tender, but not graphic. Humor is interspersed throughout, but there also is sadness, handled seriously. Actually, it is as much a family saga as it is a romantic comedy.
63
By Connie Ogle - Miami Herald
Fails to offer a single moment you don't see coming but its cast is appealing, and it provides a welcome respite from young wizards, talking robots that turn into trucks and other staples of this long, hot, boy-focused summer.
50
By Elizabeth Weitzman - New York Daily News
Even the food - usually the centerpiece of a restaurant movie - is oddly uninspired. Despite Zeta-Jones' best efforts, barely a moment here feels organic, or fresh.
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By mmathena - 2 years ago

Loved it! Great family movie, sex is kept off scene.