R 102min 2007
Bradley is a hopeless romantic; Harry has the wisdom and experience to guide those around him; and young beautiful Chloe defines romantic fate. Each of their lives intertwine into one story in which no one can escape being bent, broken, befuddled, delighted and ultimately redeemed by love’s inescapable spell.
This film is based on the novel of the same name by Charles Baner. “Feast of Love” is a touching film about different version of love. It has an amazing ensemble cast that delivers the emotion impact that makes this a good film. It is a warm blanket that when you are feeling blue you will want to come back to.
This ensemble film is lead by Morgan Freeman, centers around Greg Kinnear and is anchored by Alexa Davalos. Morgan Freeman does a great job of being the elder statesman mentoring to the other characters. Greg Kinnear is the center of the action and everything revolves around him and his café. He’s the catalyst for the most of the action that takes place. Chloe is the emotion anchor of this film and is played amazingly by Alexa Davalos.
“Feast of Love” is an amazing film. It is one of those films that you will repeatedly come back to. It has the strong emotion story. It has a cast that does an amazing job.
There are no special features on this disc. There are movie previews for “Death at a Funeral” and “2 Days in Paris”.
I give it 4/5.