Summary: the critics were correct when they said the part dealing with the life of Julia Child is the best part of this movie. The rest dealing with Julie and her attempt to cook from Ms. Childs french cookbook is rather bland.
Summary: This utterly delightful film features two counter-pointed stories, both based
on real life. In Paris in the 1950s, Julia Child, wife of an American diplomat,
looks for something to do with herself and learns to cook, French-style; in New
York, in the present, Julie Powell decides to cook her way...
"A great flick for Foodlovers and Travelers alike"
Rosie, Mighty Ape
26 September 2013
Summary: If you are wanting a DVD which covers the best of both worlds – Food AND
Travel, this DVD is for you. Fantastic lighthearted humour and great recipes
you'll be inspired to make the moment you watch the movie!
Great cast and a good solid film suited to all age groups.
Summary: If you are obsessed about cook and Meryl Streep go for this movie! Flavour of
French cuisine on the background of American history represented by two American
women makes you feel hungry while watching:)!
Summary: This movie confirmed the talent of Meryl Streep as she played the slightly
comic very determined English woman of the early 20th century. The American
present day counterpart was truly believable and in all I enjoyed this movie