Chef By John Favreau

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Chef is a comedy movie directed and written by Jon Favreau. All of Jon's movies that he has directed are full of excitement, adventure, thoughtful messages, and neither of them are alike. Chef is a part of this description, no doubt. Chef is an amazing comedy movie that teaches a very wonderful message and a relation between a father and son.

Chef is about a Chef named Carl Casper who has been working at a Los Angeles restaurant. Carl is divorced from his wife Inez, who have a ten year old son named Percy. Chef is so busy with his career that he barely has any time to bond with his son. Carl tries to change up the menu but the restaurant owner refuses to let him which leads to a public humiliation over the critics review. Inez offers Carl

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