Farm to Fork to Love

5.81 h 25 min2021X-Ray13+
Focused chef, ALICE (Meggan Kaiser), works at one of the top restaurants in New York. After a disastrous night serving a food critic, she receives an invitation to judge the notorious food competition in honor of the annual fundraiser for the St. Andrew's Children's Hospital. Alice decides to go, and among the judges is the handsome chef CHRISTIAN (Scot cooper), who attended school with Alice.
Sandra L. Martin
Maurice JohnsonMeggan KaiserScot Cooper
English [CC]
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3.5 out of 5 stars

93 global ratings

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Scat SavoyReviewed in the United States on October 20, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
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Good movie, certainly, in my opinion, worth a watch.

However, to resolve some obvious confusion, I will explain a few facts: 1) When you fly to Kansas City on a commercial airliner, your plane lands at MCI airport which is in Missouri not Kansas. 2) The hotel Philips is in he down town area of Kansas City, Missouri - It is not Kansas City, Kansas. 3) Therefore, the Lady Chef did not arrive in Kansas. The lady chef arrived in Missouri. 4) The review accompanying the movie description stated that she arrived in Kansas. She did not arrive in Kansas - in fact, she arrived in Missouri. 5) Kansas City, Missouri is in the state of Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas is in the state of Kansas. 6) When "locals" talk about the overall "Greater Kansas City Metro Area", said "area" includes all of the the local metro areas in Missouri and Kansas. 7) Regarding what he movie refers to as "local farms" and "the sources of the so-called local ingredients", said farms could be located in Missouri or Kansas; and, some could even be located in what is locally referred to as the Greater Kansas City Metro Area. Historically, Kansas City, Missouri existed before Kansas City, Kansas.
8 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on November 2, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Terrible acting
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Sadly, I only made it through the first 20 minutes of this movie. The acting is terrible and the background music is distracting. I love these types of romantic movies but this one is just a sad wannabe.
7 people found this helpful
JudyReviewed in the United States on November 26, 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
A few charming moments
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The main character's behaviors and moods seemed all over the place. Once or twice she seemed confident and in-charge. At other times, passive and moody. At the beginning it sounds like she has an accent as if she is from a country outside the US. But then she has an American accent. I think it happened one more time. Bad dubbing? The boyfriend is over the top pretentious and obnoxious and creepy. There were moments that were charming but not enough to recommend this.
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Rebecca PaulineReviewed in the United States on November 5, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
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The film was great, but the CC was SO INACCURATE that after 69 minutes I had to turn it off! I can only imagine how confused a hearing impaired viewer might be & how much they missed enjoying this film! Can't find the company responsible, but SHAME ON THEM for providing INACCURATE CC! Otherwise I really enjoyed this story. My deaf friends however were clueless!
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Jasmin SalimiReviewed in the United States on November 28, 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
Subpar acting at best, I have seen better acting in a after-school special.
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Unfortunately the acting in this film was so bad, I found myself cringing most of the movie.. Casting disaster, the female lead was not cutting it on any level and the French chef...serious I can do a better French accent. I wanted to love it, but this film was about as generic as that wanna be deconstructed apple dessert. Trust me, take a pass on this one.
3 people found this helpful
KristenReviewed in the United States on November 26, 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
Not Very Good
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This movie is pretty boring. The story just lags and the acting leaves a lot to be desired. The male lead kept fading in and out of his accent and the female lead just seemed confused 90% of the time. The boyfriend seemed like he was reading his lines from a card. I can't recommend this one. There just isn't much here.
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linda galellaReviewed in the United States on January 17, 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
Being a foodie is a good thing in
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FARM TO FORK TO LOVE, an indie rom com that was just right for a soggy Sunday in January.

She’s the sous chef at a trendy NYC restaurant. He’s about to inherit the world’s premier hospitality corporation anchored in Kansas City. They’ve been friends since culinary school and haven’t seen each other since graduation. They’re about to have a serendipitous weekend together being judges for a prestigious cooking competition in K. C.

Enter tropes and predictability…enter food & fun!

For sure, this is not an high art film. It’s a kick back and relax movie to enjoy with your girls, your boys your buds or anyone to laugh with. Much of the story is about the cooking contest so if you’re interested in farm markets, actual cooking, recipes, tastings, pairings and more, you’ll be happy with all the offerings. The romantic aspects are less obvious but still enjoyable and have a much needed surprise or two.

No one actor or element of this project stands out as being particularly remarkable. I will recall this as a pleasant trip to Kansas City, a small town I haven’t spent more than a few business hours in. It’s charming but still has a wide open feel for farming; a mix of old and new. That landscape is played out in the secondary characters of this story which I found very interesting.

Following your heart and being true to yourself are themes in this gentle movie. Be honest with yourself and those you love from FARM TO FORK TO LOVE🍿
UWSDaddyReviewed in the United States on November 27, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
You have to watch with subtitles
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So the subtitles must’ve been created with some type of voice to text application, and it’s terrible! One woman calls one of the main characters a sushi instead of a sous chef! Filled with text that doesn’t make sense with the video, our hearing disabled friends would not understand what’s going on. For those of us who have hearing however, it was truly hilarious to read the text while hearing the dialogue! Aside from the terrible subtitles, it was actually pretty good if you can get past the girl from NYC who was completely amazed and impressed by the view from a hotel in Kansas City, as if it’s somehow different from a view from a building in New York City.

Alas, it’s a love story and I love love, so watch it, with subtitles!
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