Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 61%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 65%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 1307


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Ian Hart as Victor Gerrard
Jonathan Pryce as Nat Dayan
Philip Davis as Sam Cotton
Pauline Collins as Joanna Silverman
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686.53 MB
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1hr 34 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 7 / 10

Florida, Where all Jews go to die

Nat (Jonathan Pryce) operates a failing family kosher bakery. He takes on immigrant Ayyash Habimana (Jerome Holder) a Muslim from Dafur as an apprentice. Ayyash, in an attempt to help his cleaning mother, sells pot, but needs a real job to show income. As one can guess from a formula script, the two products become mixed with positive results.

This was a light drama, light comedy near-family film. Decent portrayals.

Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.

Reviewed by Ian 5 / 10

Not Good Enough Even For a Contact High

(Flash Review)

This movie falls into a unique place as an atypical movie with pot as the main theme while not being a stupid high school comedy. It takes a more mature tone with comedic bits tossed it that don't register more than a half smirk. Basically, an immigrant boy is looking for a 'real' job as he deals drugs on the side. Believe it or not he accidentally spills a bunch of cannabis into one of the batches of dough and it sells like potcakes, whooopsÂ…'hotcakes'. Haha The bakery owner has no clue and is loving his increased business. How long will this continue and will anyone find out and unveil the truth. This story is pretty original so it is a shame the movie telegraphs ever move and is highly predicable, especially since it is more drama than goofy comedy. The production value felt like it was TV quality with very bland cinematography. Religion is a main theme as the owner is Jewish and the boy is Muslim and is quite nice how the two respects each other while jabbing each other on certain points. Overall, this could have been stronger if it gave itself a true personality.

Reviewed by Randy Schiff 10 / 10

The world kneads a movie like Dough.

The writer has lovingly braided a fairytale for adults that imagines a place where religious, ethnic and societal differences aren't dealt with violence but with respect, restraint and a desire for mutual understanding and appreciation.

An aging baker, an economically challenged refugee struggling to make a new life in a foreign land, a randy widow, opportunistic drug lord, and scheming business executive are tossed into the writer's mixing bowl.

As the yeast works its magic, we enjoy the dramatic conflicts and gentle humor director John Goldschmidt stretches, pulls and shapes from his cast. Jonathan Pryce (the Jewish baker Nat Dayan), Jerome Holder (the Muslim immigrant Ayyash), and Pauline Collins (the widow Joanna) deliver a perfectly browned Dough straight from the hearth and ready for your consumption.

Challah back if you think this review didn't rise to the occasion.

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