• This is comfort food for those who like their movies all warm and fuzzy.

  • The landscape shots are beautiful but nothing out of the ordinary. All this said, watch the movie for Puri, Mirren and some super food shots. It’s feel-good with not much of a soul. Much like cooking without dirtying your hands.

  • The Hundred-Foot Journey has a few ingredients that go into making a cracker of a dish — two acting stalwarts who light up the screen with their mere presence, several gastronomically evocative shots, and beautiful locales.

    Unfortunately, it’s got the recipe all wrong.

  • It will be a pleasurable two hours — though lacking, cinematically, in a key ingredient that Hassan, in fact, knows a lot about:

    A little spice.

  • Bryan Durham
    Bryan Durham
    DNA India


    …is feel-good and entertaining, yet somewhat predictable.

  • Subhash K Jha
    Subhash K Jha


    Here is a film that is not apologetic about its obsession with aesthetics. If in cooking presentation is paramount then so be it in movie-making too.

    This film celebrates the art of looking good.

  • Troy Ribeiro
    Troy Ribeiro


    The only drawback is that while plot is sugary sweet and engaging, the narrative lacks drama.

  • Teena Elizabeth
    Teena Elizabeth


    …is not just about food. It serves more than that. Instead of being just another movie about food, it nourishes the craving of movie-lovers in an entertaining way. The movie emphasizes the fact that good food is served with emotional attachments.