Issac’s review published on Letterboxd:
Amy Adams has done it again but this time, she has played the most relatable human character out there, portraying the very real Julie Powell.
Many supportive men in this movie, as it should be, but my personal favorite has to be Chris Messina (mainly because I've loved him as Danny Castellano in The Mindy Project).
I really enjoyed this movie and Nora Ephron has helped tell two wonderful stories about two different people with different backgrounds, who only have one thing in common; their love and ambition for cooking.
Overall, this film is simple, nice, and heartwarming. It's really sad knowing Ms. Nora Ephron is gone, but may her wonderful films and stories live on forever.