Tasting Menu, dramedy, rated PG-13, in Catalan, Spanish, and English with subtitles, Jean Cocteau Cinema, 1.5 chiles
If you’re the sort who chooses movies based on their “food porn” quotient, here’s a word to the wise: the best part of this film might be the closing credits. A few cooking sequences or culinary close-ups now and then can make up for many a shortcoming in character or plot development. Sadly, by the time director Roger Gual delivers his colorful parade of artful plates, his film has revealed itself to be a broken hollandaise that just can’t be fixed.
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