This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Elisabeth Moss in a scene from "The Kitchen." (Alison Cohen Rosa/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)
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NEW YORK: It happens in even the best kitchens: You bring together top-quality ingredients and a promising recipe, but somehow the end result comes out tasting wrong, just wrong. That's what's happened, alas, with "The Kitchen," a New York mob story starring, for a change, women -- the estimable trio of Melissa McCarthy, Elisabeth Moss and Tiffany Haddish, along with an intriguing supporting cast including Annabella Sciorra in a key cameo.The most nuanced character of the bunch, Kathy is married to an ineffectual but decent man (an excellent Brian D'Arcy James) and at least has some love in her marriage.It's hard to know, as the bodies pile up faster than at the end of "Hamlet," whether the goal here is a gritty period crime drama, a (very) black comedy or a #MeToo-era celebration of the power women can unleash when they join forces.
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