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Chocolat is a charmingly light-hearted fable with a lovely performance by Binoche.
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The moral argument may be pat and predictable, but the movie disarms you with its charm and its solid craftsmanship...However familiar, the taste is still sweet, the texture light as a souffle, the sentiments pleasantly high caloric.
Chocolat is like being force-fed chocolate for two hours.
Ultimately, especially coming from director Lasse Hallstrom, such a slight flick doubles as a fat disappointment.
A sinfully scrumptious bonbon.
Watching Chocolat is like binging on a bottomless box of truffles: Tastes good and sweet at first, but after a while, you start feeling a little green.
One of those whimsical concoctions that tries too hard, and goes too long, for its own good.
Hallström should refrain from preachy parables and move on to an entrée
Fabulous French fairy tale and romance for teens and up.
It takes the radical stance that people should indulge their pleasures, unless they're really mean, in which case they should eat some chocolate and learn to be nice.
A mythic fable about tolerance and love with the bitter-swet flavor of a candy that's not entirely fresh but still digestible.
Most movies that criticize religion argue for the abolition of institutions. Chocolat suggests the problem lies in how people manipulate religion to get what they want.
I've not had a film make me crave chockies so much since Willy Wonka.
A fairy-tale that obviously doesn't qualify as my favorite. You don't need no Vianne to tell that. Kids, among others, might find this Chocolat tasty.
An international all star cast help concoct this pleasing little truffle about walking the thin line between sin and pleasure, magic and reality.
I thought this was gonna be a dumb romance, but this movie was really good. The true great thing is the music, the score was perfect if you ask me. I think they could've made the town brighter and more colorful if you get what im saying. The acting was great, and deserved more recognition. The plot was well done and fun. This was a very good movie, and I wish you see it.
Brilliant movie, brilliant cast, and brilliant story blends with a tempting taste from all the chocolates into a great movie named 'Chocolat'... Juliette Binoche delivers a great performance as Vianne who try to keep her mother's secret recipes by travelling with her daughter from place to place until she arrives in a small and unfriendly French village for her... The other cast did a great job too, Lena Olin, Alfred Molina, Johnny Depp, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Judi Dench, and they're all deserved at least a nominee... But unfortunately only Judi Dench who got it because yes she is hard to resist... Overall it's a really tempting movie about chocolates, wrapped with a great story and great music too...
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