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Bitter Feast (2010)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror, Thriller | 18 June 2010 (USA)
A celebrity chef exacts revenge on a food blogger who torpedoes his career.

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A celebrity chef exacts revenge on a food blogger who torpedoes his career.

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The poster for this movie is seen in the video game "Until Dawn" on the Playstation 4. It's found while exploring the cinema room. See more »

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Near the end when being hunted in the woods, he is running in a stream his directions changes from up to down stream several times. See more »

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Dig in!
29 August 2011 | by See all my reviews

Peter Grey is a pompous, talented chef whose life is about to take a turn for the worse after an unnecessarily horrible review by blogger JT Franks. Grey's already skewed world perspective changes drastically as he resolves to kidnap Franks, torturing him with a series of seemingly simple cooking tasks.

Bitter Feast gets points for originality and gloss. The film looks quite good for an independent effort and the actors really throw themselves into the roles. They actually hired actors, not faces, to flesh out the interesting script. James Le Gros especially never goes over the top but plays the role rather subtly and Josh Lucas is excellent, being sympathetic and unsympathetic all at once. The always reliable Larry Fessenden shows up as a slimy private eye trying to locate Franks.

Don't expect your life to change, but if you're looking for a movie with some originality and panache, then dig in!


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