Review: If ‘The Menu' Makes You Uncomfortable, That's Because It's Supposed To
17 days ago - By Eater
The Ralph Fiennes movie, part horror film and part dark comedy, takes the cult of fine dining to the extreme What would you give to have the best dinner in the world? That's the question The Menu , a new film from director Mark Mylod, seeks to unravel. Would you make the pilgrimage to a tiny isolated island, throw your lot in with just a dozen other diners for the evening, and shell out more than $1,000 per person for the experience? Would you endure the terrifying coolness of the head chef as he describes how you'll consume “entire ecosystems” during the course of that...
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