Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Sean Patrick Flanery, Patricia Clarkson, Dylan Baker, Larry Gilliard Jr.
Director: Mark Tarlov
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Beautiful restaurant owner Amanda Shelton (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is falling head over heels for handsome, hard-driving executive Tom Bartlett (Sean Patrick Flanery). Unfortunately, Tom is too busy to recognize that she's ... more »
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Dylan W. from LEWISTON, ME
Reviewed on 3/13/2013...
Kind of bazziare, i just think that a girl like Sarah could do better movies. I loved her in buffy and cruel intentions, but most of her movies are either weird or stupid, kind of like this one, but don't get me wrong i love her, any movie she is in i'll watch.
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Kristie G. from FERGUSON, KY
Reviewed on 12/17/2011...
I love this movie and will watch it over and over
3 of 6 member(s) found this review helpful.
Jean L. (lillysmom) from ST LOUIS PARK, MN
Reviewed on 3/1/2010...
Sure it has some of the same elements as Like Water For Chocolate and Cholat but there are really no totally new ideas, everything is deriviative of something if you stretch enough. This is just a fun, magical little love story with the same elements we liked in the other two movies...magic,love and food!
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Thomas D. (lacrosseboy) from LIBERTYVILLE, IL
Reviewed on 11/24/2009...
Like Water for Chocolate ripoff and an attempt to. Good cast wasted.
1 of 4 member(s) found this review helpful.
Sarah Michelle Gellar IS Irrisistible!
Jeremy Blake | USA | 07/14/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"First of all let me say I am a HUGE Sarah fan, and this film has gotten bad reviews from alot of people. This is not a film for you if you are looking for action, if you are, don't get this, because you won't like it. If you like romantic dramas, you will definetly like this. This movie wasn't made expecting EVERYONE to fall head over heels in love with it, it was made for people who enjoy films like this. Sarah plays a young girl who has no parents, and she lives by herself, and she runs her mom's resturaunt with her aunt. When the resturaunt may have to close because rent can't be kept up, somehow, Sarah's character starts to make delicious, delectable, irrisistible food that everyone falls in love with. She meets this guy who is opening a resturaunt, and the film just flows out from there. It's a great film, and it's great for those who want to watch a good movie with their girlfriend or boyfriend or for someone who just wants a good Saturday night movie to chill and watch. Sarah Michelle Gellar gives an amazing performance as usual, and you will not be dissapointed."
Gary | Dillon, SC | 07/07/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Simply Irresistible may not have done well in the box office, but that certainly doesn't mean that this film doesn't have any charm. Just because a movie doesn't find a proper following doesn't make it any less charming, in my opinion. Simply Irresistible is one of the best movies I've seen that hasn't had much viewership. It's fun, sweet, romantic, and just simply enjoyable all the way through.This movie certainly boasts a top-notch cast that is led by the wonderful and amazing Sarah Michelle Gellar and Sean Patrick Flanery. Amanda, played by Sarah Michelle, starts off as an awful chef but almost magically turns into a wonderful one overnight. She then begins falling in love with Tom, played by Sean Patrick, who is the owner of a popular department store. Simply Irresistible tells a wonderful and romantic story of how scary falling in love can truly be and how wonderful it can be all at the same time. If you're in the mood for a light, romantic comedy, then I highly recommend this movie."
A Sweet Little Souffle of a Movie...
Angela D. Mitchell | Hobbiton | 03/04/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I rented this movie purely on the basis of a pretty charming little rave print review by Roger Ebert,and was glad I did (ended up even buying a copy on VHS for myself). The movie is slight and whimsical -- lots of magic, not a lot of gritty reality -- but it's sweet and strange and has a lot of charm. The characters are daffy and whimsically painted, and don't go the usual hollywood movie route. Gellar is sweet and insecure as the heroine -- a much less glamorous role than her weekly (equally fabulous) vampire slaying Buffy heroine -- while Buckley and Flanery and the fine supporting cast are all enjoyable to watch in the romantic mishaps that ensue. The wonderful Patricia Clarkson meanwhile is so much fun that she steals every scene she's in without detracting a bit from the appeal of her costars -- a pretty good trick (it's worth the price of admission to hear her say, "This is nutty. Hazel-nutty."). I really loved this movie -- started out wondering where it was going, but by the end I didn't care -- the writing is offbeat and fun, not so by the book. The movie's not "Schindler's List" or anything, sure -- it's pretty lightweight -- but it doesn't feel as Hollywood-ish as your usual romantic comedy, and you really never know what the characters will say next. The food also looks glorious and really adds to the sense of whimsy. The soundtrack is as sweet and fun as everything else -- if you need cheering up, or convincing that there's still a bit of Astaire and Rogers in the world, this one's a great choice, where a perfect eclair can create true love, and a wonderful meal can make people weep with delight (and float in the air a time or two)..."