Atom User Reviews for The Menu
Unsettling. Dark. Funny. would be a solid double feature with Triangle of Sadness.
Worst movie I have ever seen
There is no rhyme or reason to whats happening in the movie. The characters, their motivations, their background, their life is all left unsaid and unresolved. Its as if the director thought the audience intrinsically understood the characters backstory or motivation.
Great movie, great concept, kept me on the edge of my seat.
Entertaining and surprisingly funny in parts.
It was entertaining but really the plot was boring it was comical in a sense but I expected it to be a better film but overall it was ok of a watch but I wouldn't watch it again.
This movie will get you thinking not only about the dishes but about your life as well!
this movie was a trip and a half
Had to watch it a second time to fully appreciate it
The trailer was a lot better than the movie itself. 🤔 It gives perspective into what people in the service industry have to deal with and the pressures they face. With an eerie twist. Some very surprising parts were thrown in, while others could be taken out and not affect the film at all. Trailer left me wanting more 😮 while the movie put me to sleep. Loved the “chapter” aspect using the different courses, but if feels like they left it open to make room for a sequel
Movie was not what I expected
Needs to explain plot more, overall good entertainment
The cheeseburger looked delicious
Anya Taylor Joy is the best ever I love her!
It’s a pretty good movie!
Entertaining snd original. A bit odd. Could of had a better ending.
it was very interesting to watch throughout the whole movie
The movie had a great plot but they didn't really develop the characters well.
unique plot. best dark comedy of the year. enjoyed a movie after long long time.
This was a good movie. I really enjoyed it. It wasn’t predictable and I wasn’t sure which way it was going to go. The whole cast did great.
This movie is surprisingly good. You won’t be disappointed.
Just have to see it!!
The Menu remains consistently dazzling as a feast for the eyes and ears.
The rage at the heart of The Menu is directed at the impossible melding of art and commerce, at the way we’re taught that success at the former requires the support of the latter, even if it means making crushing compromises that drain the joy out of, in this case, the expressly straightforward pleasure of food.
It is well-acted and well directed by Mylod with tasty side plates of droll humour.