Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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While certainly a worthwhile story, the film feels as hastily made as the kitchen's mouthwatering offerings, though the result is not quite as tasty.
A hugely positive example of how to pay it forward and help make the world a better place one person at a time. As a film, though, there's little unexpected in it.
What makes Knife Skills amazing is its goal of rehabilitation. It's about forgiveness, offering hope and giving second chances.
Knife Skills is inspiring without being sappy.
Shot in a clean, crisp style that reflects the dynamics of the kitchen, Knife Skills is brilliantly edited and packs a lot into just 40 minutes.
It is a film with some great moments of personal insight, but its lack of focus left me slightly wanting.
As good as the other documentary shorts are, Knife Skills may be the highlight - it's easily the most unique.
Not just an advertisement for Edwins or even a simple pat on the back for its do-gooder objective ... it's a fascinating environment to encounter through the film.
While the food battle line proves too intense for some (and for all the successes, it's real disheartening to see the few agonizing setbacks), but many end up being served fresh hope with a side of pride.
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