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    Bottle Shock

    Brought together by a curious twist of fate on a dusty California road, a wandering vintner and a struggling winemaker find both their lives, and their careers, forever transformed at a blind Parisian wine tasting that introduced the world to the extraordinary wines of Napa Valley.
    Duration: 110 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 6.8
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  • Actors of "Bottle Shock"

  • Characters of "Bottle Shock"

    Bo Barrett. Character of Bottle Shock
    Played by: Chris Pine
    Steven Spurrier. Character of Bottle Shock
    Played by: Alan Rickman
    Maurice Cantavale. Character of Bottle Shock
    Played by: Dennis Farina
    Jim Barrett. Character of Bottle Shock
    Played by: Bill Pullman
    Gustavo Brambila. Character of Bottle Shock
    Sam Fulton. Character of Bottle Shock
    Played by: Rachael Taylor
    Joe. Character of Bottle Shock
    Played by: Eliza Dushku
  • Directors of "Bottle Shock"

    Randall Miller. Director of Bottle Shock
    Randall Miller
  • Creators of "Bottle Shock"

    Jody Savin. Director of Bottle Shock
    Jody Savin
    Randall Miller. Director of Bottle Shock
    Randall Miller
  • Critic Reviews of "Bottle Shock"

    Miami Herald
    August 22, 2008

    The people who made Bottle Shock obviously love their wine. They're not that crazy about the French. And they are firm believers in the screenwriting rule of leaving no underdog-formula clichƩ unused.

    Chicago Reader
    August 22, 2008

    Rickman adds a welcome astringency.

    Orlando Sentinel
    August 15, 2008

    Bottle Shock is... utterly charming.

    Denver Rocky Mountain News
    August 15, 2008

    Unfortunately, Miller can't decide whether he's doing a relationship movie or one about the intrigue of world-class winemaking. Mingling the two left me with a somewhat sour aftertaste.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    August 14, 2008

    Its heart is so in the right place and its tableau so appealing that it's easy to come away from this sweet, scrappy film with a nice little buzz.

    Florida Times-Union
    December 24, 2009

    With much loving, longing gazing at the Napa Valley landscape, it's awfully good-looking, if you can discount the high-waisted bell-bottoms and the homely yellow AMC Gremlin that wheezes into scenes every once in a while.

    Times-Picayune
    August 14, 2009

    It doesn't exactly come off as boxed wine to the top-shelf sensibilities of Sideways, but there's not enough story or heart for it to capture the same lightning in a bottle.

    The Australian
    April 10, 2009

    As a rather strenuous attempt at a feel-good movie, Bottle Shock falls a long way short of the mark.

    Sydney Morning Herald
    April 03, 2009

    It's not in the same league as Sideways but it has a fragrant sense of the beauty of wine and winemaking, not just the drinking.

    Screenwize
    March 28, 2009

    Bottle Shock is one of those cockle-warming, feel-good underdog films in the tradition of Strictly Ballroom. Only in this case Scott and Fran are, respectively, a Chardonnay with tangerine undertones, and a Cabernet Merlot blend.

    MovieTime, ABC Radio National
    March 27, 2009

    Predictable in its moves, it's engaging enough, though it has nowhere near the characterisation, say, of Paul Giamatti and Thomas Hayden Church in Sideways.

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