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  1. 'The Menu' Review: Eat, Pray, Run!

    Yet everyone is having such a good time, it's impossible not to join them. The movie's eye might be on haute cuisine, but its heart is pure fish and chips. The Menu. Rated R for slaying ...

  2. 'The Menu' Movie Serves Fine Dining on a Skewer

    An amuse-bouche served on the boat to the private island — an oyster with lemon caviar — is a reference to a signature dish from the real-world chef Thomas Keller. Searchlight Pictures. In one ...

  3. From 'The Menu' to 'Fresh,' Movies Are ...

    Pete Wells, our restaurant critic, ranked his top 100 restaurants in New York City. Almost everything on the menu at Penny in the East Village contains seafood. You sit at a counter to eat it.

  4. The Menu movie review & film summary (2022)

    And "The Menu" is always exquisite from a technical perspective. But you may find yourself feeling a bit hungry after this meal is over. An eclectic mix of people boards a ferry for the quick trip to their storied destination. Chef Slowik's fine-tuned, multi-course dinners are legendary—and exorbitant, at $1,250 a person.

  5. 'The Menu' Review: Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy in a Foodie Satire

    "The Menu" is a black comedy, but one played close to the bone. And it is a thriller, because after a while what's being served to the diners segues from pretentious to dangerous. Even the ...

  6. 'The Menu' Review: Anya Taylor-Joy & Ralph Fiennes in Tasty Satire

    The filthy rich, of course — the self-absorbed and ghoulish figures for whom it's impossible to summon an ounce of good will. The Menu gorges on the blunders of these personalities and savors ...

  7. The Menu Review

    Posted: Sep 14, 2022 8:00 am. This is an advanced review out of the Toronto International Film Festival, where The Menu made its world premiere. It will hit theaters on Nov. 18, 2022. The Menu is ...

  8. 'The Menu' review: Ralph Fiennes' chef bites hands he feeds

    The recipe for "The Menu" is one filet of bloody class warfare à la "Ready or Not," a dash of cultish folk horror in the vein of "Midsommar," a puree of "Chef's Table," dusted ...

  9. The Menu film review

    The Menu film review — Ralph Fiennes savours the role of sadistic chef 'Succession' alumnus Mark Mylod serves up a black comedy of fear, loathing and fine dining Ralph Fiennes stars as ...

  10. The Menu

    Rated 5/5 Stars • Rated 5 out of 5 stars 07/09/23 Full Review lester this is just a fantastic film thriller/ dark comedy at its best go watch it Rated 5/5 Stars • Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/25 ...

  11. 'The Menu' Review: A Deliciously Mean Satire of the Rich

    The kitchen staff in The Menu, a deliciously mean movie from frequent Succession director Mark Mylod and Onion alums Seth Reiss and Will Tracy, bark "Yes, chef," too, and when they do, it's ...

  12. Review: 'The Menu' Is a Movie Made for Pretentious 'Foodies'

    The Menu highlights the absurdity of it all. While most of the movie feels tailor-made for people who closely watch the fine dining world, the ending did make me roll my eyes. A last course makes ...

  13. The Menu review: an unpredictable and viciously funny thriller

    A third act that gets a little too silly. Two last-minute twists that fall flat. The Menu is a charbroiled, scathing piece of genre filmmaking. Its script, which was penned by Seth Reiss and Will ...

  14. Review: "The Menu"

    Review: "The Menu". The proliferation of the dining experience, a celebrity chef driving a prix fixe tasting menu offering a shared experience geared toward the ultra-wealthy, using techniques mere mortals or mass-driven restaurants cannot deliver, has become an interesting phenomenon in the past decade. Las Vegas renaissance in recent ...

  15. Food & Wine Reviews the New Movie 'The Menu'

    In "The Menu," a new movie starring Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Nicholas Hoult, the real horror at the fictional Hawthorn restaurant isn't the $1250 price tag for the tasting menu, but the ...

  16. The Menu review: A deliciously wicked food-world satire

    review: A deliciously wicked food-world satire. Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor-Joy go knives out at the restaurant from hell. If we cannot eat the rich, at least we can enjoy their suffering on ...

  17. 'The Menu' review: This darkly hilarious satire hits the spot

    With Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, Hong Chau, Janet McTeer, John Leguizamo, Christina Brucato, Judith Light. Directed by Mark Mylod, from a screenplay by Seth Reiss and Will ...

  18. The Menu review

    The Menu review — the super-rich get another roasting. Kevin Maher. Friday November 18 2022, 12.01am, The Times. Ralph Fiennes in The Menu.

  19. 'The Menu' review: A delectable dark horror-comedy

    Hey, I'm Karl, founder and film critic at Smash Cut. I started Smash Cut in 2014 to share my love of movies and give a perspective I haven't yet seen represented. I'm also an editor at The New York Times, a Rotten Tomatoes-approved critic, and a member of the Online Film Critics Society. View all posts by Karl Delossantos

  20. The Menu

    17 Nov 2022. Original Title: The Menu. Mark Mylod 's The Menu begins as a dressing-down of opulence before transforming into a trashy genre thriller, veering between delightfully silly, and just ...

  21. Review: 'The Menu'

    "The Menu" is a cynical but realistic portrayal into the world of food. It recognizes that there's blame to be placed on the side of the consumer and the producer and capitalism itself. It's a movie that reminds me of Anthony Bourdain. I'm still a fan of those chefs I mentioned before, but the late Bourdain has become my favorite.

  22. The Menu movie review: Gastronomy with a side of gruesome

    As a movie patron, you will not be partaking of "the menu," but you will still enjoy. And remember what the American writer Ernestine Ulmer said: "Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first." ~Sharon Salsberg. 3.5 out of 5 stars. If you have seen The Menu and would like to review/rate it yourself, click here.

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    Dive into the unexpected connection between Girlie and Clark in the confined setting of a taxi cab. Dakota Johnson and Sean Penn's stellar performances infuse life into Daddio's seemingly static premise.; The film nicely explores the dynamic and compelling nature of the relationship between Girlie and Clark.

  24. A Quiet Place: Day One (2024)

    A Quiet Place: Day One: Directed by Michael Sarnoski. With Joseph Quinn, Lupita Nyong'o, Alex Wolff, Djimon Hounsou. A woman named Sam finds herself trapped in New York City during the early stages of an invasion by alien creatures with ultra-sensitive hearing.

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  27. Movie Review: The Menu

    For the New York Times; Reviews of Kid Stuff; Salt in Wound. ... Browse: Home / movie reviews / Movie Review: The Menu. Movie Review: The Menu. By Jack Silbert on November 27, 2022. 3 stars out of 5 I'm loyal. I watch a lot of Seth Meyers, and one of his writers co-wrote The Menu. So I dutifully watched the trailer, which seemed darkly funny.

  28. 'A Quiet Place: Day One' Review: Silent Beginnings

    In Michael Sarnoski's prequel, Frodo (played by both Nico and Schnitzel) is the support cat of Samira (Nyong'o), a New York City poet living in crippling cancer-induced pain in a hospice.

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    There's no defending what Anne, a successful lawyer and mother, does when she begins an affair with her 17-year-old stepson, Théo, in the incandescent French drama "Last Summer." And the ...

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