The Menu

The Menu

By Mark Mylod

  • Genre: Horror
  • Release Date: 2022-11-18
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1h 47min
  • Director: Mark Mylod
  • Production Company: Gary Sanchez Productions
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
7.275/10
7.275
From 2,223 Ratings

Description

Margot and Tyler (Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult), a young couple, travel to an elite, remote, coastal island in order to dine at an exclusive restaurant where a mysterious chef (Ralph Fiennes) has prepared a lavish, expensive menu. But it soon becomes clear that the pretentious, pampered dinner guests are about to be served some shocking surprises. Consumerism takes on a hilariously scary meaning in this dark comedy that features Hong Chau, Janet McTeer, Judith Light and John Leguizamo in an all-star ensemble cast. The Menu is directed by Mark Mylod, with a screenplay by Seth Reiss & Will Tracy.

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  • Horrible

    1
    By Jadeventure
    Looked forward with anticipation, but was quickly let down… it became self indulgent quickly and ridiculously played out as the story unfolded. Disappointed, waste of good actors time and ability.
  • Loved this movie

    5
    By Sir Dizzel
    This is a black comedy. There are many nuances to the humor. You have to pay attention to catch everything. This movie was really well done (pun intended) and the acting was superb.
  • Loved it! An All-Time Favorite!

    5
    By Lexi LeBlanc
    I am not a political person &, as such, I LOVED this movie! Its whitty, comical, sad, scary, & crazy all in one movie. There’s alot that goes on in this movie in such a small amount of time so the viewers who denoted the movie most likely did not understand it.
  • BURRP PFFFFT MMM.. U.S. PRIME!

    5
    By HellsAssasin
    Homemade, all organic farm to fork! Gives devilish sharp commentary on the preppings and goings-on in a metaphorical world-class kitchen of the highfalutin, quite literally. Those that gobbling up, hoarding all the fixins, might pause to take note.. best tip well the server, best compliment often the chef, best shut up else Ye be on the menu. DIG IN! ENJOY!! TASTE THE OUTRAGE!!!
  • Excellent film

    5
    By schumerfan
    Superb film. The suspense is incredible. The timing is perfect and the acting is phenomenal. Especially Ralph Fiennes. Nobody plays unstable like him. Very entertaining movie. And good performances all around. This is by far the best film I have seen this year except for don’t worry darling. Both films are being ignored by the Oscar’s. Please
  • Good movie, something different.

    5
    By Sean32312
    I particularly enjoyed it, it does get extreme but not that bad as to being something like a horror movie. Better than the cookie cutter movies out nowadays or another marvel movie.
  • Super original.

    5
    By raffols
    Loved it. The plot is very entertaining and the twists are unexpected. Must see.
  • Fun crazy movie

    5
    By Danny boy5
    Strange movie but had fun moments
  • Willy Wonka and Clue Meets Hells Kitchen

    5
    By CESSNALUVER175
    I bought this movie from Amazon and watched it tonight and it was surprisingly very good. The plot is horror Willy Wonka and Clue in an isolated restaurant where several wealthy people who all were invited to a lavish meal prepared by a mad chef who is sadistic and somewhat jealous of these people because of their status and his belief that they have failed and exploited him in his career. The entire movie was filled with suspense from start to finish and kept me on the edge! The violence is not too graphic (except for a scene when one of the cooks kills himself) but there’s a lot of cussing so be prepared if you don’t like bad language. I would definitely watch it again!
  • Seems like an Angry Display of?

    3
    By dexter claus
    Have movies become public (populist) outrage for everything someone feels justified to be angry about? It seems so. If you not an angry person about your situation, then skip it. They (producers/directors) are relying on your anger for their support...stupid! Uplift me please. Let's have fun <-give me that! Can we stop celebrating our anger?

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