A Meal of Murder
"Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?" offers up a tasty recipe,
combining mystery with laughs. This movie is peppered with colorful
characters, such as Max, the snobbish English gourmand magazine editor,
Robbie, the brash American fast food magnate, and a host of eccentric
And you also get a feast for the eyes, with colorful views of London,
and Venice, and lush images of haute cuisine. This movie is satisfying,
perhaps will leave you hungry for more!.
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This is a great film with a terrific performance by Robert Morley as the gargantuan food critic who is slwly eating himself to death. .
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Requiem for a Dream : This is perhaps the best movie I've seen in the last ten years. It is so valuable as a warning to all, it should be taught in school. It opened my mind to how we all can be brought to ruin by unscrupulous people who prey on those whom society has made desperate..
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fast five is the best movie of 2011. rating 5 out of 5.
sheer comic delight from beginning to end
This one is going to make it to the roster of all-time great comedies. Its
sheer classiness and the elegant level of its wit on both the verbal and
visual level - so different from the crassness and vulgarity of much
American comedy (the more so in recent years) - made me suspect an English
touch, and sure enough, the Canadian-born director, Ted Kotcheff, made his
career in the UK. Jacqueline Bissett is a delight to the eye and George
Segal makes a charmingly roguish screen presence; they work wonderfully off
each other. But Robert Morley - perfectly cast - runs away with the whole
movie with his acerbically comic portrayal of the gourmet-cum-gourmand Max.
The wonderfully funny food references throughout, and the gorgeous
cinematography of European locales put the icing on this comic eclair. And,
just for good measure, first-time viewers will have a devil of a time trying
to decide just who is killing the great chefs of Europe. This ranks right up
there with the best of the Ealing Studios work. A must-see for connoisseurs
of literate comedy..