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My August '14 in Review

Albeit another stressful transitional stretch, the month of August procured peace of mind in the form of full-time employment and solid viewing experiences. Whilst the former generally leaves much to be desired, it’s still serviceable in the sense that it provides me with a means of maintaining my recently reinvented lifestyle in a new locale. 98 more words

The Month In Review

Chef

Categories: Comedy, Drama
Director: Jon Favreau
In Theaters: May 30, 2014
Length:
  114 min.
Format: Film
Stars: Jon Favreau, John Leguizamo, Emjay Anthony, Sofía Vergara… 542 more words

Reviews

Chef [review]

Selain film animasi Ratatouille, saya tidak ingat pernah menonton film tentang masak-memasak dan kehidupan seorang koki yang digarap dengan serius. Kemudian beberapa bulan lalu saya melihat poster film berjudul ‘Chef’ di bioskop lokal. 423 more words

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Chef: A new addition to my list of favourite films

I love making lists. The toughest lists to make are Top 10 lists of movies/ books/ songs, etc. Even worse is to publish it and invite the wrath of the public. 987 more words

Movies

Chef

Copyright © 2014 by Open Road Films

Story
The story unfolds in a Los Angeles restaurant where Carl Casper (Jon Favreau) gets an opportunity to impress revered food critic, Ramsey Michel (Oliver Platt) in a new tasting menu but is disapproved by his employer, Riva (Dustin Hoffman) who requests that he stick to the restaurant’s best sellers. 601 more words

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Review in Two: Chef (2014)

  • Hey hey hey it’s the guy who cameo’d in all the Iron Man movies
  • Do not watch this movie on an empty stomach.
  • Wow, there’s Iron Man’s Bodyguard, Natasha Romanoff, Iron Man himself for crepe’s sake (heh, puns)
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Chef (2014) Review

Jon Favreau has moved on from the gigantic budgets of the Iron Man franchise and has instead focused on this small independent foodie film. Favreau plays grumpy LA chef Carl who is sacked from his up-scale restaurant after arguing with a food critic (Oliver Platt) after his review criticised Carl’s food. 225 more words

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