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A modest but extremely enjoyable movie. Read full review
Charming and mouthwatering. Read full review
As a movie, Today's Special is only just OK. What saves it, as it saves so very many things, is the garam masala. Read full review
Appealing restaurant comedy. Read full review
Not hurting matters for foreign and Indian film devotees, the film features two icons of Indian cinema, Madhur Jaffrey and Naseeruddin Shah. Read full review
The cooking scenes are fun, but Samir's reawakening and romance with a co-worker (Jess Weixler) hold about as many surprises as a prix fixe meal. Read full review
An overall lack of adventurousness negates any genuine sense of surprise, but credit this Indian-themed indie for spicing up a familiar and routine dish with reasonably tasty flavor. Read full review
This full, sweet comedy, adapted by star Aasif Mandvi from an Off-Broadway play, has a city flavor and a wry take on familial obligations.
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The film is engaging but also has a certain creaking familiarity.
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It has sufficient flavor to perform relatively well in markets with significant South Asian populations or amongst serious foodies who'll flock to anything remotely germane to their passion. Read full review
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