Monday, September 1, 2014

Premiere Sponsored by Nuffnang: The Hundred-Foot Journey.

Once again, so blessed to be chosen to attend another premiere. This time is The Hundred-Foot Journey in GSC Paradigm mall.

Without further rambling, here is my movie review:


Put it in the oven for approximately 2 hours and you'll have:

An awesome heart-warming movie!

Like what the movie title says, it is a journey and definitely a heart-warming one I've seen in a while. A short description about the movie, it is about an Indian family trying to find a new country to earn a living by opening an Indian restaurant. They ended up in France and also opposite a prestigious France restaurant. However, the main character, Hassan Kadam, slowly falls in love with one of the chef in the France restaurant and she introduced France cuisine to him. Slowly, Hassan's amazing culinary talent made him internationally famous, but is being famous and successful important?

This is a tale filled with joys, sorrows; success and failure as well. An amazing wake up call and reminder about how money doesn't equals happiness, but your family, your roots and relationships matters way more. 

Embarrassingly, I did shear a tear or two. I'll summarise the emotion of this movie brings with this " :')" This is a movie I would really recommend to the old and young, especially the people who are working hard to chase money.

Also, note how when Malaysians are asked what is their favourite thing about Malaysia, majority of them will say "FOOD!". This is a good reminder of how food can show off our culture and unite people of different races too.   

I'll rate this a 4.5/5! 

Disclaimer: Please remember to eat before or during the movie, my stomach literally rumbled because of the food cinematography. #FOODPORN 

1 comment:

A Girl Like You said...

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