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Synopsis

A couple (Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult) travels to a coastal island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where the chef (Ralph Fiennes) has prepared a lavish menu, with some shocking surprises.

Cast

  • Ralph Fiennes
  • Anya Taylor-Joy
  • Nicholas Hoult
  • John Leguizamo
  • Janet McTeer

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Unsettling. Dark. Funny. would be a solid double feature with Triangle of Sadness.

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Jesse R
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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.

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Metacritic

78
Sep 29, 2022

There’s some knuckle-biting tension as viewers wait to see how it’ll all play out, but Mylod and the writers also suggest that it’s worth chuckling a little at everyone involved, whether they’re serving up fancy versions of mayhem or just paying through the nose for it.

Tasha Robinson
Polygon
90
Sep 14, 2022

The Menu is a hilariously wicked thriller about the world of high-end restaurants, featuring a stellar cast led by a phenomenal Ralph Fiennes, some of the most gorgeous food shots in recent film history, and accompanied by a delicious hors d'oeuvres sampling of commentary on the service industry, class warfare, and consumerism.

Metacritic review by Rafael Motamayor
Rafael Motamayor
IGN
90
Sep 13, 2022

The rarefied world of haute cuisine is not exactly a hard target to satirise, but this deliciously savage comedy from director Mark Mylod makes every bitter mouthful count.

Wendy Ide
Screen Daily