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Recipe for Disaster (2003)

Rebecca Korda and her two brothers, Sam and Max, are left alone on opening night of their family-owned restaurant.

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Patrick Korda
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Marie Korda
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Gigi Grant
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Rebecca Korda
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Sam Korda
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Blake Rathbone
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Nikki Rathbone
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Babette Shepard
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Luigi
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Henri Flambard
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Oliver Winslow
Douglas Fisher ...
Impatient Male Diner
Morton Grossman ...
Elderly Male Diner
Jentana Lee Dabbs ...
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Rebecca Korda and her two brothers, Sam and Max, are left alone on opening night of their family-owned restaurant.

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Comedy | Family

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G | See all certifications »
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16 January 2004 (Italy)  »

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Entre follones y fogones  »

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1.33 : 1
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When Shannon and her mother come into the restaurant, Shannon says she would like to have the Chicken a la Framboise. Her mother says no because Chicken a la Framboise is "Chicken with Strawberries" and she is highly allergic to strawberries. Chicken a la Framboise is "Chicken with Raspberries". Framboise in french means raspberry, strawberry in french is fraise. See more »

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Imitation 60's Disney Slapstick
1 August 2006 | by (Orlando, United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is a series of slapstick gags mostly set within a restaurant. The first half seems quite mean-spirited and uninvolving, while the second half does capture a spirit of zaniness that makes it watchable if not very enjoyable.

Margo Harshman and Michelle Brookhurst do a good job as the protagonist and antagonist and can look forward hopefully to better things. John Larraquette and Leslie Ann Warren have done better things and hopefully will look on this as the low point of their distinguished careers.

I think the target audience for the film is kids 8-12 years old. They might enjoy some of it. Adults will be bored rather than amused.


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