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Syfy's 'Sharknado 2' Sets Premiere Date, Cameos (Exclusive)
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In this image released by Syfy, sharks attack a man in a scene from the Syfy original film "Sharknado." The network is announcing a sequel to "Sharknado," which became an instant campy classic with its recent airing. The new film premieres in 2014. (AP Photo/Syfy)
"Sharknado" is Syfy's newest Original Movie -- premiering on Thursday, July 8 -- and the network is celebrating that by airing seven other shark movies on the same day.
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I hate Sharknado No One Said Ever! Lol!
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Toast: The Story of a Boy's Hunger by Nigel Slater. Excellent memoir of one of England's premier chefs, and a great book for foodies!
Toast (TV Movie 2010) BBC film about the early life of British chef Nigel Slater. Sweet, funny, touching.
"Toast" (2010)... what a sweet jewel of a film... has a "Billy Elliot" flavor... well styled and acted. 1960's, Britain, Helena Bonham Carter and a gay boy with a dream... everything you want in a movie... except I wish it was longer.
This British film is based chef Nigel Slater's autobiography. Toast was the only thing mother could cook while the chef was growing up with his food obsession in the 1960s. Enter a stepmom (played by Helena Bonham Carter) who not only cooks but uses it to compete with young Nigel for the father's affection.
"This movie landed right into one of my favorites. It’s the movie adaptation of Nigel Slater’s autobiography. Those of you who are not familiar with Nigel, are in need of acquaintance. He is one of Britain’s best food writers; having penned some solid cookbooks. He also could be called a patron saint of all things non-gimmicky nor flashy when it comes to food." - Chef Bradley Borchardt
Amazon.com: Toast: Helena Bonham Carter, Ken Stott, Freddie Highmore, Victoria Hamilton, SJ Clarkson: Movies & TV
"Toast" (2010), with Helena Bonham Caarter, Freddie Highmore, and Ken Stott. A wonderfully bittersweet-funny movie about the childhood of British chef Nigel Slater. The film focuses on young Nigel's love of cooking and all things food, his relationship with his step-mother and his father, and how he and his stepmother use food to win affection from the father. Maybe this isn't the greatest summary. You just have to see the movie. It's totally wonderful.
This British film is based chef Nigel Slater's autobiography. Toast was the only thing mother could cook while the chef was growing up with his food obsession in the 1960s. Enter a stepmom (played by Helena Bonham Carter) who not only cooks but uses it to compete with young Nigel for the father's affection. Excellent set design and sufficient foodie material, but really is a psychological portrait of the young chef that made me think about kids' "callings" and how parents can influence them.
Source: 365 Days of Film: 50 Movies I Would Like To See 12. Toast
Might be interesting. Love Rosemarie Dewitt!