Goes to show that when it comes to good reasons to make a sequel to a beloved classic movie, “nostalgia” should never top the list.
A wickedly savage, genre-bending, darkly comedic thriller that serves up arthouse fun for foodies.
An unremarkable holiday movie that stays afloat due to eccentric original songs and a charismatic cast.
A detailed look at the professional and personal life of a chef who was as difficult as he was brilliant.
The funniest thing about the movie is thinking about the handful of audience members who believe this story is 100% true and real, and that’s one of the film’s biggest problems.
Will likely elicit a gut reaction in viewers and amplify the issue of bodily autonomy and reproductive rights, which is the point of the entire project.