It's plain old lousy timing, this chronicle of a dedicated, exacting chef being released in the wake of the kitchen-centered "Ratatouille" and "Waitress." Alongside those two charmers, which beautifully demonstrate the transformative powers of food and love, No Reservations is strictly cordon blah. show more
Alas, not even Eckhart and Breslin can get Zeta-Jones to simmer. show more
The film feels miscast. Neither Zeta-Jones nor Eckhart look the least bit comfortable in a restaurant kitchen. More troubling, they look downright uncomfortable with each other. show more
ARRON COULD STIR MY STEW ANYTIME
I enjoyed this movie. Catherine Zeta-Jones was flawless, Her performance was charming, and sexy. Abigail Breslin was amazing, and deeply charming as well. Aaron Eckhart was dashing, A true leading man at Heart. Jones and Eckhart's chemistry was flawlessingly sexy. No Reservations was a Yes Good Charming romantic-comedy. Loved it. Good to see Jones back on the moviescreen.
I only paid one dollar to rent this movie and still wanted my money back. I'm a big fan of romantic comedies but this one was horrible. It was totally predictable. I just don't think it was funny or romantic. What a stink bomb of a movie.