Burnt | Movie Review

I don’t want my resturant to be a place where people sit and eat. I want people to sit at that table and be sick with longing.

Bradley Cooper stars as Adam Jones, a chef who is trying to make a comeback after nearly destroying his life and career with drugs. After paying his dues, he goes to London determined to get his life back on track and get his third Michelin star.

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As it expected getting back into the swing of things isn’t quite as easy as he’d hoped. As he works to assemble his kitchen team for his comeback, his has to prove just how much he’s changed to the people he’s hurt in the past. When the new improved restaurant opens with it’s new chef, you hope that all the troubles are over…

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What I liked the most about the film was that throughout the course of the film, Adam (Cooper) learns that he doesn’t need to be a one man show, but he can a part of a family who work together towards a common goal.

After a bit of a rough start with this film, I found myself really enjoying it. It’s definitely worth giving a shot, especially if you’re a foodie or a Bradley Cooper fan.

~theavidpen

1 Comment

  • Reply Melinda January 21, 2016 at 2:20 pm

    Sounds interesting. I do like Bradley Cooper all the way back to his days on Alias. 🙂

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