Julie and Julia (Flack’s review)

Posted on | February 7, 2010 | Add Comments


This movie is about Julie Powell who decides to make  all 524 recipes in 365 days from Julia Child’s  Mastering the art of french cooking. As she makes the recipes she does some fantastic things like make a blog about her cooking and makes some yummy food. She also does some not so great things like get in an argument with her husband and mess up a lot of food.


This movie is also about Julia Child who makes  her cook books with Simone Beck. My faviorite charachter is Julie  because she is funny and she is in my faviorite part. My faviorite part is when Julie cooks the lobster and it flies out of the pot.                                                



My rating for this film is PG-13 for romance, for things that are hard to understand and arguments, and strong bad language. This not recommended for young kids at all check with your parents first.

Director: Nora Ephron
Writers (WGA): Nora Ephron (screenplay). Julie Powell (book)
Genre: Biography | Comedy | Drama | Romance
MPAA Rating: PG:13
Website: http://www.sonypictures.com/movies/julieandjulia/

Meryl Streep: Julia Child
Amy Adams: Julie Powell
Stanley Tucci: Paul Child
Chris Messina: Eric Powell
Linda Emond: Simone Beck
Helen Carey: Louisette Bertholle
Mary Lynn Rajskub: Sarah
Jane Lynch: Dorothy McWilliams
Joan Juliet Buck: Madame Brassart
Crystal Noelle: Ernestine
George Bartenieff: Chef Max Bugnard
Vanessa Ferlito: Cassie
Casey Wilson: Regina
Jillian Bach: Annabelle
Andrew Garman: John O’Brien

Academy Awards, USA: Year: 2010
Nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role:
Meryl Streep

Golden Globes, USA: 2010
Won Golden Globe: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Meryl Streep

Nominated for Golden Globe Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Julie and Julia


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