Every bit of ‘The Taste of Things’ is ‘scrumptious,’ says critic

“It is an absolutely enchanting film. The cinematography is luscious and it makes all the food look extra delicious. It is full of incredible detail for people who do care about culinary delights. It's romantic. It's a bit sad. It has a truly wonderful ending,” says film critic William Bibbiani of “The Taste of Things.” Credit: YouTube.

Critics review the latest film releases: “The Taste of Things,” “Lisa Frankenstein,” “Skeletons in the Closet,” and “Suncoast.”

SCOTUS justices seem skeptical of Colorado’s decision to disqualify former President Donald Trump from the primary ballot. Their decision is crucial for the 2024 election.

Designed to quickly channel water out to sea, the LA River protects lives and property but limits how much rain percolates into groundwater reservoirs. 

Taylor Swift’s romance with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is bringing even more eyeballs to America’s most-watched TV event — the Super Bowl.