Mary Poppins Returns
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This particular souffle is both overbaked and underseasoned.
This relentlessly mediocre ensemble dramedy features several of the least compelling dinner guests in recent memory.
Nothing truly creates any emotional waves, and little seems at stake, no matter what potential disaster might seem to be in the offing.
Unfortunately, Roger Gual's half-baked film hopes to split the difference between romantic comedy and foodie delight but fails at both.
Even with such fine actors as Fionnula Flanagan and Stephen Rea in the ensemble, the Spanish-Irish co-production is a flavorless affair that has all the bite of a dining room-bound episode of "The Love Boat."
"Tasting Menu'' is pretty and pleasing, but no more. A bon-bon, not a meal.
Haute-cuisine comedy doesn't deliver on food or laughs.
Tasting Menu is an ensemble piece that is about as light as a puff pastry, though far from as mouthwatering.
An unfortunate misfire in the movies-about-feasts milieu.
If this naïve magic was available in pill form, I bet it would become a bestseller. Farewell, Zoloft and Lexapro. Welcome, Chakulax.
The lack of true conflict, comedy or even just a hint of spice in this food-themed dramedy leaves viewers feeling unsatiated.
The film is so busy attending to all its people that it never manages to adequately serve any of them[.]
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