100 mins
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Bradley Cooper is Adam Jones, a chef looking for culinary redemption in this comedy-drama. After destroying his career in Paris,... More

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Burnt | Ratings & Reviews

"Considering Bradley Cooper seems most comfortable when coasting through a film on smarm and charm, it’s a welcome development to see him play a tyrannical chef, with all of the character flaws that entails. As Adam Jones, owner of two prestigious Michelin stars and a once-prodigious drug habit, Cooper spends a long portion of screen time being either an unbearable arsehole or manipulatively charismatic – a bipolar mix that isn’t out of place in many a leading restaurant, and unsurprising when Gordon Ramsay, Mario Batali and Marcus Wareing are all credited as consultants."

Flicks, Steve NewallFlicks

"[Forces] its fine actors to function less as an ensemble than as a motley sort of intervention group."


"Bound to inspire headlines full of tiresome kitchen wordplay: "half-baked," "underdone," "lacks seasoning.""

The New York TimesThe New York Times

"Alongside Cooper, director John Wells has gathered a strong ensemble cast, but they're given little to work with."

The AgeThe Age

"There are many loving shots of small, colour co-ordinated helpings... a device that tends to be the first refuge of a director lumbered with a script lacking enough lines worth saying."

Sydney Morning HeraldSydney Morning Herald

"For a film about a daredevil chef who wants to challenge his customers, "Burnt" mostly plays it safe."

Screen DailyScreen Daily

"Aa cheerless and unappetizing plate of piffle that deserves to be smashed against a wall or at least sent back to the kitchen."

Rolling StoneRolling Stone

"Overcooked... a movie that wears its glossiness as a badge of honor."

Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles Times

"Cooper can do this kind of arrogant-but-irresistible golden boy shtick in his sleep, but that doesn't make it any less pleasurable to watch."

Hollywood ReporterHollywood Reporter

Burnt | Details

M, Mature themes and coarse language
Comedy, Drama
Country of origin