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The music of the Beatles and the Vietnam War form the backdrop for the romance between an upper-class American girl and a poor Liverpudlian artist.

Across the Universe (2007)

The music of the Beatles and the Vietnam War form the backdrop for the romance between an upper-class American girl and a poor Liverpudlian artist.

Check out A TASTE OF ROMANCE, a movie about what happens when a firefighter, turned cook, opens a restaurant next to a classically trained French chef. And although the movie does involve a romantic theme (that helps to sell the movie to the general public) it also tells the story of how those in the Industry support each other in times of need. Worth seeing!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMJ_cmsrezU

Check out A TASTE OF ROMANCE, a movie about what happens when a firefighter, turned cook, opens a restaurant next to a classically trained French chef. And although the movie does involve a romantic theme (that helps to sell the movie to the general public) it also tells the story of how those in the Industry support each other in times of need. Worth seeing! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMJ_cmsrezU

Husbands Beware, a 1956 remake of Brideless Groom (1947), was one of the last movies featuring Shemp, who died suddenly in 1955. The Stooges (including Moe and Larry) make a mess of dinner for their screen wives.

Eye Jabs & Head Raps: Rare Behind-the-Scenes Photos of The Three Stooges

Husbands Beware, a 1956 remake of Brideless Groom (1947), was one of the last movies featuring Shemp, who died suddenly in 1955. The Stooges (including Moe and Larry) make a mess of dinner for their screen wives.

Vatel is based on the life of 17th-century French chef François Vatel, starring Gérard Depardieu as Vatel. Francois Vatel is known as the great French chef who committed suicide in 1671 at Château de Chantilly, France over a seafood delivery for an extravagant banquet for 2,000 people hosted in honour of Louis XIV, that went wrong.

Vatel is based on the life of 17th-century French chef François Vatel, starring Gérard Depardieu as Vatel. Francois Vatel is known as the great French chef who committed suicide in 1671 at Château de Chantilly, France over a seafood delivery for an extravagant banquet for 2,000 people hosted in honour of Louis XIV, that went wrong.

Ratatouille (2007): Anton Ego tastes the ratatouille

The 50 best food-on-film moments of all time

VATEL, the true story of the French kitchen (and culinary) master who delighted Kings but never at the cost of honor. Stunningly beautiful and insightful beyond words. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vatel_(film)

VATEL, the true story of the French kitchen (and culinary) master who delighted Kings but never at the cost of honor. Stunningly beautiful and insightful beyond words. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vatel_(film)

When I read about Fruitvale Station, winning so much praise, I thought, how dramatic can it be? We know the guy dies. But I was so wrong, the film has real heart and emotional involvement because it is so "day in the life of". As you're watching the events leading up to this senseless end, you become more and more invested in Oscar Grant. By the time the credits roll, you're left with rage and sadness. At least that's how I felt.

When I read about Fruitvale Station, winning so much praise, I thought, how dramatic can it be? We know the guy dies. But I was so wrong, the film has real heart and emotional involvement because it is so "day in the life of". As you're watching the events leading up to this senseless end, you become more and more invested in Oscar Grant. By the time the credits roll, you're left with rage and sadness. At least that's how I felt.

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