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Delicious (2013)

Delicious (2013)

Louise BrealeySheila HancockNicholas RoweAdrian Scarborough
Tammy Riley-Smith


Delicious (2013) is a English movie. Tammy Riley-Smith has directed this movie. Louise Brealey,Sheila Hancock,Nicholas Rowe,Adrian Scarborough are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2013. Delicious (2013) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.

Recently released from prison, French chef Jacques pursues an obsession -- to leave his past behind and work for the great British chef Victor Ellwood. He knows Victor had an affair with his mother and may even be his dad. Working for iron-fisted Victor is back-breaking, but his existence is softened by the presence of a curious girl living in the downstairs flat. As he falls in love with her, he realises she not only has an aversion to restaurants, but food of all kinds. Is her eating disorder a force too resilient for anything, even love to cure?


Delicious (2013) Reviews

  • Serious Look at Borderline Insanity Involving Food


    5.5 of 10. While there are comedic elements, many films can say that. This is a serious look at an eating disorder and borderline insanity involving infatuation with food as a cure for everything. The more enjoyable elements that won't result in you potentially vomiting into a toilet involve issues of trust, introducing art into displaying food, homelessness, and the realities of restaurant work and apartment life. The less enjoyable involve an old lady repeating clichés and introducing more melodrama than humor for the prototypical young adults trying to find a purpose for their life. Not quite up to the requirements of a delicious film, but worth a taste.

  • There's nothing delicious whatsoever in this film


    There maybe certain amount of spoiler in this review, but my only purpose here is just to warn you not to waste your time to watch this lousy pointless going-nowhere film. I really don't understand why this lousy, weak, pointless screenplay would have been okay-ed into production. This is one of the most boring and hollow script that i've ever encountered. The whole movie is just a big big huge huge Meh to the extreme. What we got here is a French young guy trying to land a job in London. When he walked out of the train station, the weather in London was wet, dark, just after the rain. Yet when the next scene came up, the whole background setting was a complete dry and sunny street scene. I just couldn't accept such lousy editing patching two different weather conditions together without any logic sequence. Then the guy turned out to be a petty thief, first the ball pen, then tried to steal lot of food ingredients from the restaurant's storage pantry and cooler. This guy was definitely a worthless piece of crap with self-righteous and self-centered mind and ego. He is a small timer not worths two bits and the storyline trying to portray such worthless piece of crap simply wasted my time to watch it. And the pointless romance also proved to be going nowhere; another waste of the whole contrite screenplay. And when the brain-dead film went on, we also found out that he not only is a petty thief but also a terrible liar! There's nothing to tell, nothing got to do with any 'delicious' thing, Nada! Zilch! This hollow, mindless and absolutely pointless film simply use the word "Delicious" as the title of the film to fool viewers to watch. Oh by the way, the sound track(the music)is also non-stop irrelevant and very annoying. There's absolutely nothing "Delicious" from the very beginning to the end.

  • fun, predictable but worthy look at relationships and anorexia


    Definitely a solid 6. Sure the movie was a derivative of many other films and themes and sure it required suspended disbelief in some situations, but it felt good, looked good and would surely have tasted good! It was well acted and the 4th wall was broken only once when Jack looked straight ahead, otherwise each character was developed well and they maintained their persona well. They interacted effectively to keep the story flowing well. Of course the movie plays on the elegance and arousing nature of food, especially French cuisine in contrast to English preference for rather boring food, as a means to give flair and cultural depth to the film. Again, it looked good and was appetizing too. Only when Stella goes chasing after Jack is the predictability of the plot reinforced so that we don't really have much of a chance to feel suspense or reward through the effort of committing to the film's values. There could have been other endings that would be been more passionate.

  • A good take on two things very serious


    This movie is in two ways tackle the Beauty Of food and The scary Nas of Not enjoying it

  • Delicious: another very good female Author.


    I'm shocked by how many excellent female Authors are around these days. I won't make any names because they are already an army and I don't want to forget someone or give the impression I'm giving rates, which is something I'm not even remotely qualified for. Feminine point of view is overwhelmingly interesting to me. This film is good: it's a love story. Simple plot, made on a low budget but you won't notice because it has fine particulars: the fighting in the alley, very realistic; high quality images (see how Waterloo Station fills the eyes); perfect narrative balance and a very good, really convincing acting. It's a comedy, not a lecture about eating disorders. If you don't like the genre you won't like the film. But if you like this kind of flicks, I guess you'll be nicely entertained.


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