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Some unexpected ingredients get thrown into Kate Armstrong's (Catherine Zeta-Jones) recipe for life when the master chef unexpectedly becomes the guardian of her nine-year-old niece Zoe (Abigail Breslin) and a handsome-but-frustrating suos-chef (Aaron Eckhart) joins her kitchen staff.
Why Is No Reservations Rated PG?
No Reservations is rated PG for some sensuality and language.
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Kate’s sister is killed during a traffic accident, and although details are not shown, the injured, grieving Zoe is seen in the hospital. Alcohol is served in the restaurant and after work, Kate and Nick share a drink. Later Kate appears to be drunk. She also hires a babysitter who leaves behind an ashtray full of cigarette butts. A couple passionately kisses and it is implied they spend the night together. Dialogue includes some sexual comments and repeated terms of Deity used as expletives.
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DVD Notes: No Reservations
DVD Release Date: 12 February 2008
You’ll need No Reservations to bring this DVD release home. Fans of food and the film can cook up some fun with Emeril Live (join Aaron Eckhart and Abigail Bresling in the kitchen with the celebrity chef) and be the guest of host Marc Summers in Unwrapped (who visits the set and talks to the film’s stars for an episode on his Food Network Series). Audio tracks are available in
Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 Surround (English, French and Spanish), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.