Chang a shit. Edward Lee best host.
Not a movie but it has nice cinematography and makes me cum my pants. Each episode is movie-esque
not a movie but has anyone of you ever tried making anything from Cooking Master Boy anime show?
i know its bullshit but just curious to see how they turn out
I wonder if a picture with Jiro comes included with the $300+ meal.
>Jiro Dreams of Sushi
Like any intelligent, forward thinking citizens of the 21st century, my wife and I are feminists. And like any feminists we were shocked and disgusted by this movie.
Both the main character (Jiro) AND the narrator are male! If alarms aren't going off in your head so far you're probably a bigot. Things became more and more repulsive as the movie played on. All of the supporting characters are male! And even worse, almost every single character in the movie is male!
I don't care if this is a documentary. My wife left the room in tears at the end of the first hour during a particularly sickening scene where Jiro serves a room full of customers. He says (not an exact quote) "I made the meals smaller for the women and larger for the men so that everyone would finish at the same time." Things like this would be expected in a film about Adolf Hitler or Winston Churchill (both disgusting sexist pigs)but in a movie about food it was just chilling. And that wasn't even the worst part! The women in the room appeared (probably special effects or movie magic of some type) TO APPROVE OF THIS. Can you believe that?
My wife won't talk about it and I'm not sure I could if I wanted to. I finished the movie with tears in my bloodshot eyes. I can't believe we've advanced so far as a society and women are still seen as being gutter scum.
Anyone forward thinking enough to simply be on the internet, to find this movie, to read this review, will be disgusted by the brutally sexist assault on your senses and common decency this movie has gotten away with.
>wife can't talk about it
>not sure if you can
Fucker you wrote three to four paragraphs about it, also 7/10 because that's good shitposting - and even if you are I still agree you shouldn't tailor meals to gender
What about off camera preferences from the women?
simmer down and pucker up
>dogs can't smell or taste delicious food on the tv
I usually hate Favreau, but that movie was well done, entertaining all the way through, and pretty comfy. It wasn't anything amazing, but it's definitely up in the top 10 food films.
What kind of movies do you find not boring?
ok my friends, so to sum this up.
THE BEST /ck/ approved MOVIES ARE:
2) The God of Cookery
3) KungFu Chefs
4) Eat Drink Man Woman
7) Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
The Ramen Girl
Jiro dreams of Sushi
I like killing flies
Oaska Wrestling Restaurant
The Chinese Feast
The Wedding Banquet
Like Water for choclate
Willy Wonky and the Choclate Factory
besides opinion, which I blatantly apllied to this list, still there is missing much and generally there seem to be not many 'good' /ck/ movies.
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover
The thing is, I know you're playing me but I don't care.
>being this analy anguished on a mongolian dial-up polaroid cork-board
Anybody on /ck/ seen Bitter Feast? It's about a chef who gets a bad review, snaps, kidnaps the reviewer, and forces him to undergo a series of food related challenges (cook the perfect med-rare steak, the perfect sunny side up egg, ect) while torturing him. Pretty /ck/ish.
'you killed my son and left me for dead so i'm going to kill you'
this is a primitive conception of justice and they made a whole movie about it?