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  • szw Jun 5, 2013 06:44 PM
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Not sure about canadian netflix but its currently available on US netflix. Watched it a couple weeks ago. Well, tried to watch it. Very boring...

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  1. Us Netflix has a couple food related flicks worth watching right now, the one about Paul liebrandt going back to like 03 to the opening of corton is great, "I like killing flies" about shopsins, and the one about the German lady who goes to Taiwan is a bit goofy but still kinda fun, tho I doubt it would do anything for the more seasoned travelers around here. hope the keep adding to the selection

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    1. re: disgusti

      The shopsin movie was okay, but its not available anymore. Didn't watch the taiwan one. Also didn't really care for the Paul Liebrandt one. I've been pretty disappointed with the food related selection on netflix actually. Jiro is on there though, but I consider that more of a movie about asian families rather than food.

      1. re: szw

        yeah it's mostly pretty lame. that one '3 stars' is probably the only other joint i've watched and it was just a long boring defence of the michelin guide which i definitely didn't need. a couple of the interviews were chill but it was mostly dull. oh, and the one with the dude who opened EMP, i only halfway paid attention to that though. but, i probably wouldn't have seen any of these were they not on netflix so i can't really complain, it's always nice to learn something - like i said, hope they continue to add to the selection