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Karen

Opening credits note that it based on Ang Lee’s “Eat Drink Man Woman”. Still, nicely done. I like the subplots, as well. If you like this kind of film, check out “Babette’s Feast”. An oldie, but goodie.

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Yetunde

It's basically Mexican "Eat Drink Man Woman" but really good and enjoyable too

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A

Feel good, salivating inducing... Nothing beats sitting around a dinner table with family, drama and all, eating home cooked food. Perfecto.

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Mickey

Still a good 'un! Glad to have seen it again :) Thanks Kanopy. Now I off to my kitchen to make some food!! :D

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Nargol

Wonderful movie watched it three times never get bored of it.

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Catherine

It's not Japanese but Chinese - Ang Lee's Eat Drink Man Woman.

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Thembi

Not nearly as good as it's predecessor. A Japanese film called "Eat Drink Man Woman"

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Akuli

Loved it!!

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Carrie

ahhh the FOOD !! made with love ... and this movie is sweet , made with love too . I have watched it many times

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Ellen

Nice light movie. BUT The food looks amazing! I could almost smell it through the screen.

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