BurntDVD - 2016
From Library Staff
This movie plays out just like a "Rataouille" for grown-ups, the difference being that in this version Linguini is a recovering drug addict and Remy is an idea rather than a character.
Real chefs were cast as extras in the film, and real knives and flaming stoves were used, to keep leading man Bradley Cooper and the cast "sharp" while filming.
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Some good quotes in IMDb but not this on Burger King - Part 1 of 2:
Mmm. You want some lunch?
-No, not here, no.
-I prefer to eat food cooked by a proper chef.
You don't like people on minimum wage?
-Mr. Jones, I'm a sous chef. I'm a person on minimum wage.
You know why people like you don't like fast food?
-Sorry. "People like me"?
Because it's food for the working class.
Justify why it costs $500 more to eat at a place where we work than it does at a place like this.
Some good quotes in IMDb but not this on Burger King - Part 2 of 2:
'Cause you can't.
-Because the food here is made with too much fat and too much salt and too many cheap cuts of meat.
You just described most classic French peasant dishes. Burger King is peasants doing what peasants do, giving a cheap cut of meat a little style. Goulash, bourguignon, cassoulet. Shall I go on?
-I really have to go.
What you should have said is that the problem with this place is it's too consistent. And consistency is death.
-Consistency is what every great chef strives for.
No, a chef should strive to be consistent in experience, but not consistent in taste. It's like sex. It's like, you're always headed to the same place, but you got to find new and dangerous way of getting there.
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