We like food movies. This one is bittersweet (see how I did that?).
Great cast, sweet story, why don't more women dress like Judi Dench?
Probably not Jean Reno's best work, but he's always worth watching.
See? Food movies.
Not the best food movie - but a decent distraction.
So. Many. Versions. I can't help it - and I do have a hard time with Kiera acting with her jaw. I love this one. (Shut it off just after Donald Sutherland speaks his last line - the final scene, on the balcony, poorly acted was added later.)
This MAY become my new Love Actually.
I have mixed feelings about Rachel McAdams, but this is a good one.
Sometimes I like sci-fi. Go figure.
And I have a little thing for JT.
I had a boss who once said: WHERE IS THAT PIECE OF PAPER I HAD IN MY HAND YESTERDAY?!
Why all the Anne Hathaway hate?
Now, the Gwyneth hate I kind of get.
Her clothes! Their apartment!
Sigh. Richard Gere.
I like time travel movies too.
The scene in the bar.
Okay. I may have had a boss like this too.
Stay till the very end. It's Elvis Costello's crooning that puts it over the top.
Oooh. Brutal but good.
I don't know why people didn't like this. It's like a good old-fashioned war picture, as my dad used to call them.
A thrill ride. Totally anxiety provoking. But I still love it.
Stay for the bitter end of this one too. George Clooney is brilliant.
Fluff, but what a kitchen (it was a set).
Watch carefully. Decide for yourself about the ending.
Currently on Live Die Repeat at my house. I adore Emily Blunt in this and never really cared for her before. I want to know about her hair in this movie and I'm going to do some research.