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Searching for Meaning in Nicolas Cage’s Truffle Flick, ‘Pig’

The Michael Sarnoski film about a former chef searching for his truffle-hunting pig is tonally inconsistent and narratively incoherent

A Restaurateur Reluctantly Becomes a Civil Rights Leader in Steve McQueen’s Brilliant ‘Mangrove’

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The Lack of Flavor in ‘Emily in Paris’ Is Only Emphasized by Its Meals

Among the Netflix series’s set pieces are a boulangerie, a brasserie, and a bistro, which represent Paris as artlessly as the show’s American protagonist

Review: Ella Brennan Deserves a Better Doc Than ‘Commanding the Table’

Review: Jeremiah Tower Doc ‘The Last Magnificent’ Sizzles From Start to Finish

Review: ‘In Search of Israeli Cuisine’ Doesn’t Go Deep Enough

Review: Two Hits and One Misfire From ‘Chef’s Table’ Season 3

Review: Humans, Not Heroes, Are the Stars of ‘Chef’s Table’ Season 3

‘Riverdale’ Sucks All the Life Out of Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe

‘The Founder’ Tells a Double-Stacked Story of Betrayal and Avarice

‘Tampopo’ Is One of the Best Food Movies of All Time

‘Mr. Church’ Review: Eddie Murphy Can’t Save This Kitchen Fire

‘Chef’s Table’ Season Three: Relationships, Not Food, Make Must-See Television

‘Sausage Party’ Review: Seth Rogen’s Dark Search for Meaning

‘Ants on a Shrimp’ Review: Finally, a Noma Documentary Gets It Right

‘Feed the Beast’ Looks Like Serious Television, But Is Actually a Hot Mess

‘Chef’s Table’ Season Two: The Good, the Bad, and the Binge-Worthy

Review: Broadway’s ‘Fully Committed’ Traps Jesse Tyler Ferguson in Restaurant Hell

Review: Getting Pleasantly Lost in the ‘City of Gold’

Review: Documenting the Madness of Philadelphia’s ‘King Georges’

Review: ‘Somm: Into the Bottle’ Squanders the Wonderful Story of Wine

Review: ‘Noma: My Perfect Storm’ Is Imperfect, Just Like René Redzepi

Review: ‘Off the Menu: Asian America’ Bites Off More Than It Can Chew

‘Master of None’ Review: Aziz Ansari’s Netflix Show Is a Food-Stuffed Triumph

Review: Bradley Cooper's ‘Burnt’ Is Little More Than Gordon Ramsay Propaganda

‘Casablanca’ Is the Best Cocktail Movie of All Time

Review: The Fictional ‘Runoff’ Rings Truer Than Most Big Ag Documentaries

Review: How ‘Chef’s Table’ Exposes the Gap Between Intent and Reality

TV Review: Netflix’s ‘Chef's Table’ Digs Deep Into Creative Life

How Scripted Television Is Artfully Focusing Its Lens on Food

Review: 'Deli Man' Is a Celebration of Jewish Food and the People Who Serve It

Review: How American Graffiti's Diner Forever Changed Film