Once you've barricaded yourself with all the chocolate you have in your house, you've become ready to see this movie. Set in a charming décor, with a lovely cast of talented actors, this story portrays the immortal theme of good vs. bad in both private and constrained social life. Heartwarming, with a touch of fairy-tale dust - still, may be too sweet for some tastes.
wonderful, kind, light and inspiring. i felt the new energy after watching this film and now i am looking for things to discover, to feel and to live! and yes, Juiliette Binoche is the most beautiful woman .
I must confess, I'm dark chocolate addicted, the more bitter, the better. Yeah, I know, I didn't rate the film: isn't it all about chocolate? I also love the rub-a-dub sound of this word, like, breaking a chocolate bar. [listen: /ˈtʃɒklət/]
Warm-hearted story about things that matter: love, sincerity, tolerance, standing up for the things you believe are righteous and good, and enjoying the simple pleasures in life, like a good dinner with friends, or like chocolate.
I like the fact that chocolate and a liberal, independent woman has created a (positive) "revolution" in the small French town.
Also, I really admire French actress Juliette Binoche. Bonus points: Johnny Depp!