“Julie and Julia (2009)” A Tasty Food Movie

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Buurps.com wishes to draw your attention to a tasty food movie which is worth watching. We are featuring the movie “Julie and Julia (2009)”.

Julie & Julia is a 2009 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Nora Ephron starring Meryl Streep, Stanley Tucci, Amy Adams, and Chris Messina. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie&Julia

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Synopsis

Julie & Julia is structured as a two-part culinary adventure: The movie cuts back and forth between the true-life stories of two quirkily ambitious, self-invented strivers from vastly different eras. (It’s based on both of the women’s memoirs.)

There’s Julia (Meryl Streep), who devotes herself, right up to the early ’60s, to co-writing, and finding a publisher for, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, which will be the very first French cookbook ever written in English.

And there’s Julie Powell (Amy Adams), a post-9/11 cubicle worker with the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, who in 2002 decides to save herself, and her husband (Chris Messina), from the doldrums by retreating after work to their cramped kitchen in Queens and cooking every recipe in that book — all 524 of them — in one year, while writing a blog diary about the experience. Source: http://www.ew.com/Julie&Julia

Below is the movie trailer of Julie & Julia (2009).

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Thanks to the generosity of the person who put up this video of a live-cooking session with Julia Child in the YouTube channel, below is the actual video of Julia Child in person.


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Here is a link to the actual website of Julie Powell Books.

Buurps.com Food Movie Review
It is a fun, light-hearted and entertaining movie revolving around the world of food. A movie Buurps.com takes interest off and recommends others to watch. For those foodies who has yet to watch this movie, please do so. We enjoyed this movie very much.

It tells the story of two women in their journeys in discovering their hidden talents in cooking, writing and living. We were blown away by Meryl Streep’s acting as she assimilated into the role of Julia Child.

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As the story uncovers, they shared their moments of ups and downs in the course of mastering the culinary world, exposes their struggles in life to succeed, how they juggle between their passions and family life and a showcase of the importance of moral support from love ones as a main ingredient to their success story.

Buurps.com thinks that the story plot of this movie is practical and down to earth as it explores a platform that is close to home in the lives of many women.

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8 comments

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