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‘The Menu’ Review: Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor-Joy in a Restaurant Thriller That Gives Foodie Culture the Slicing and Dicing It Deserves
Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic If you’re someone who considers themself a foodie (and I totally am), chances are there was a moment in the last few years when you had The Awakening. It may have been when the waiter was describing the veal marrow with beat foam served with baby lettuces from New Zealand. It may have been when you were eating the red snapper that was cooked halfway through, like a rare steak, and you thought, “I love sushi, I love cooked fish, but I’m not sure this is really the best of both worlds.” It may have been when you saw the bill. Whatever the trigger, that was the moment you looked up from your plate and realized that high-end foodie culture has become a serious annoyance. It’s gotten too fussy, too pricey, too full of itself, too not filling (of yourself), too avant-garde and conceptual, too tied to The Salvation of the Planet, too much of an ordeal. Did I mention too pricey? It used to be that if you wanted to ridicule culinary mania, you mocked someone like Guy Fieri. But he has risen from the ashes of infamy to a kind of born-again respectability (and yes, “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” was always a great show). Now, if you want to ridicule culinary mania, the most natural targets are restaurants like The French Laundry in Napa Valley or Bros’ in Southern Italy, places where the 12-course “tasting menu” can inspire you to think, as one blogger put it, that “there was nothing even close to an actual meal served.”
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Guy Fieri Reveals the One Celebrity He's Been Starstruck Over: 'I've Never Been More Nervous' (Exclusive)
Guy Fieri, it took a beloved Oscar winner to make him feel starstruck.The TV personality and celeb chef recently spoke with ET's Nischelle Turner and Kevin Frazier on the set of his new Food Network show, , and opened up about the movie star encounter that really blew his mind.As Fieri recalls, he was at Sylvester Stallone's house cooking food, and in walked Al Pacino.«You hope that you're gonna meet the legend and legend's gonna be as great as he is,» Fieri explained, «And he sits down and he takes a couple bites and I'm just looking at him, like, I've never been more nervous.»«He goes puts his hands on the counter he pushes back the chair and he goes, 'Hoo ah!'» Fieri recalled, evoking Pacino's famous quote from. «And I go outside, I'm like 'Did you see that?!'»Fieri's new show,, will also have the Mayor of Flavortown hanging out and having fun with his famous friends as they play food-related and inspired games to win money for charity.«We make up the rules as we go, we set up some ridiculous prizes, and we compete, family versus family, to the point where we're knocking over the dinner table breaking glasses people are laughing uncontrollably,» he explained of the fun show. «Somebody kind of wins and at the end uh we get money for charity!» is set to debut on The Food Network and Discovery+ on Aug.
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the Hollywood Reporter, but Porter’s role is still being kept under wraps.The NFL player, 44, is at the helm of the movie, as he is starring in as well as producing the flick.The project, which has finished filming, also features legendary actresses Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno and Sally Field.The plot is inspired by a true story and follows four besties and New England Patriots fans (played by Tomlin, Fonda, Moreno and Field), who take a trip to the 2017 Super Bowl to see their favorite quarterback.The production is directed by Kyle Marvin, who co-wrote with Michael Covino the script that’s based on a draft by “Booksmart“ writers Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins.Brady announced the casting of Porter, 52, and Fieri on Thursday, hilariously tweeting, “Did someone say road trip?” and tagged both men.The football star added a GIF of the restaurateur riding in a red convertible with: “So that’s it for this Flavortown road trip!”Did someone say road trip? @GuyFieri @theebillyporter https://t.co/UKPKUw5sO2 pic.twitter.com/ScB55ChIQ6Both the mayor of Flavortown and the Tony Award winner retweeted the fun news.Other cast members attached to star in “80 for Brady” include Sara Gilbert, Sally Kirkland, Glynn Turman, Bob Balaban, Ron Funches, Jimmy O.
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