Review: Chef (2014)


Jon Favreau makes a triumphant return to his independent roots with Chef, an infectiously charming comedy about rediscovering oneself through life, love and food. After quitting a high-profile restaurant role, Carl Casper (Favreau, who also writes and directs) decides to start up a food truck in order to return to a simpler way of life, which also includes reconnecting with his son (Emjay Anthony). Continue reading “Review: Chef (2014)”

Review: The Three Stooges (2012)

Abandoned on the doorstep of a nun-run orphanage, Moe (Chris Diamantopoulos), Larry (Sean Hayes) and Curly (Will Sasso) spend their childhood causing all manner of mischief and mayhem to those who surround them. Older, and having left years worth of destruction in their wake, they come to the realisation that the home they’ve grown to love is on the verge of closing due to their immaturity and mounting debts. Driven to make amends and secure Continue reading “Review: The Three Stooges (2012)”