ByRebecca Raymer, writer at Creators.co
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Rebecca Raymer

1. The Visuals:

This film is cinematically beautiful. There are a lot of different ways to arrange food to make it look gorgeous, and Burnt is full of examples. The colors and textures and arrangements of food are fully encompassed, submersing viewers into aesthetic bliss. Additionally, the actors are all quite effortless to look at, and the setting is amazing.

The food. (Still from official trailer)
The food. (Still from official trailer)

2. London:

The most incredibly gorgeous star of this film is the city of London. Scenes capturing skyline views, street cafes, and markets give you an essence of life and age and history. The accents and ethnicities vary widely, giving the impression that London is truly an international center. The city is presented as simply breathtaking.

London (Still from official trailer)
London (Still from official trailer)

3. The Story Composition:

There are good ways and bad ways in which to tell a story; Burnt is an example of one of the amazing ways. The plot line, while complicated, is revealed in a sensical manner that requires the viewer to do nothing but come along for the ride, and to enjoy an interesting and entertaining film.

Bradley Cooper (dailyreadlist.com)
Bradley Cooper (dailyreadlist.com)
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