Soul Kitchen
Young restaurant owner Zinos (Adam Bousdoukos) decides to revamp Soul Kitchen, his dumpy diner, but the customer response isn't what he was hoping for. To make matters worse, his girlfriend (Anna Bederke) flies off to Shanghai, and the tax collector comes knocking. But with the help of an inspired new chef (Birol Ãœnel), Zinos still has a chance at redemption. German director Fatih Akin delivers a riotous modern romantic comedy.

Scott Hardie: “It sucked.”

Maybe something was lost in translation, or maybe I'm just in a grumpy mood. I laughed very little at this German comedy. Its characters have two modes: Rude and stupid. Seeing them suffer feels karmically just, not amusing. At least it has a fantastic soundtrack of soul, funk, and dance music.

− July 7, 2013 • more by Scottlog in or create an account to reply

Want to join the discussion? Log in or create an account to reply.

write your own review of Soul Kitchen

Other Movies from 2010

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

Scott Hardie says, "It sucked." Go »

The King's Speech

Scott Hardie says, "It ruled." Go »

Hot Tub Time Machine

Scott Hardie says, "It ruled." Go »


Steve West says, "It ruled." Go »

Tron: Legacy

Matthew Preston says, "It ruled." Go »

The Man From Nowhere

Jon Berry says, "It was ok." Go »