No Reservations Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 6381

Average Rating: 2.5/4

# of Ratings: 80

Theatrical Release Date: 07/27/2007

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 02/12/2008

Language: English

Genre: Romance, Comedy

MPAA Rating: PG

Director: Scott Hicks

Actors: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Aaron Eckhart, Bob Balaban, Patricia Clarkson, Abigail Breslin, Jenny Wade

Plot: A high class, high dollar chef's life is changed when she is put in charge of taking care of her neice.

Quick Movie Reviews

Rating of
3/4

Ikkinbot - wrote on 07/16/2010

Not as good as the original french movie it is based on, but still pretty cute. Abigail Breslin is great.

Rating of
3/4

Taz - wrote on 06/06/2008

This was fun movie about letting yourself live life. I am not a big Catherine Zetta-Jones fan so I wasn't sure if I would like this movie but it turned out to be very enjoyable. There are no surprises in this movie, I figured out most of it before it happened but the actors did a good job at making me not care that I knew that. The chemistry between Zeta-Jones and Eckhart was great. I really felt like they were falling in love. Abigail Breslin was cute and very believable as a distraught young girl. This movie is a great movie to watch with your Wife or girlfriend if you have to watch a chick flick it is much better then most of them out there.

Rating of
3.5/4

SarahG0327 - wrote on 08/17/2007

This is an extremely well done movie. It's emotional, charming, funny and a film that anyone can enjoy. Catherine Zeta-Jones was perfectly cast. A absolute must see!

Full Movie Reviews

Jenn
Jenn
Aspiring Actress

Rating of
N/A

Sizzling vegetables sizzling romance

Jenn - wrote on 12/15/2009

absolutely adore this movie. There are two things I love cooking and romance movies and they combined both. I have always aspired to become a chef, after watching this movie I realized just how realistic the movie was compared to the real job as a chef. In the movie Catherine Zeta- Jones is a big time chef and this movie shows just how I pictured a normal day would be for a chef. Then they added a niece played by Abigail Breslin she is just like any typical little girl who lost her mother quiet and emotionally unstable. Catherine Zeta- Jones has no idea what to do with this little girl, but her work is too important especially when the gorgeous looking Aaron Eckhart steps in the picture. All these combine to make her life more stressful but the movie more intruiging. Aaron Eckhart was …

Jenn
Jenn
Aspiring Actress

Rating of
N/A

Sizzling vegetables sizzling romance

Jenn - wrote on 12/15/2009

I absolutely adore this movie. There are two things I love cooking and romance movies and they combined both. I have always aspired to become a chef, after watching this movie I realized just how realistic the movie was compared to the real job as a chef. In the movie Catherine Zeta- Jones is a big time chef and this movie shows just how I pictured a normal day would be for a chef. Then they added a niece played by Abigail Breslin she is just like any typical little girl who lost her mother quiet and emotionally unstable. Catherine Zeta- Jones has no idea what to do with this little girl, but her work is too important especially when the gorgeous looking Aaron Eckhart steps in the picture. All these combine to make her life more stressful but the movie more intruiging. Aaron Eckhart was …

Franz Patrick
Franz Patrick
Movie God

Rating of
2/4

Only Half-Way Cooked

Franz Patrick - wrote on 04/05/2008

I wish they didn't advertise this picture as a romantic comedy because, coming into the film, I expected to laugh and feel warm. Instead, it's really more about how a child copes through the death of her mother. The film was depressing more than half of the time and I think Abigail Breslin stole the show from Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart. Zeta-Jones' character is kind of hard to relate to because not only is she cold, she doesn't even know who she is! I felt like Eckhart kept winking at the camera and it got somewhat annoying. Still, the best material here works: which is how Breslin deals with a tragedy. I must also mention that the film feels longer than it is. This should've been an hour-and-a-half maximum. There were so many slow parts and by the end, it felt like the story …

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