Beatriz at Dinner

2017

Comedy / Drama

7
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 6622

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by borromeot 8 / 10

Guess who's coming to dinner?

I'm a great fan of Miguel Arteta and Mike White's work. They travel a road that will take us to unusual places. I don't know if unusual is the right word because all of a sudden everything seems familiar, perhaps is the way Arteta and White got us there that is unusual. Opposite worlds sitting at the same table. Selma Hayek is wonderful and every though that crosses her heart and mind is perfectly visible to us. John Lithgow finds a new and disturbing face to his gallery of startling characters and Connie Britton is sublime as the hostess walking a thin line between empathy and something else. Wow! It really grabbed me and shook me. So, a highly recommended movie trying to survive in a sea of Avengers and remakes. Bravo!

Reviewed by bethwoodmaui 10 / 10

Pleasantly Surprised

I honestly had no idea what to expect since I had read nothing about the story line other than Connie Britton was in it and she was being honored at the Maui Film Festival. I was pleasantly surprised with the story line and cast of actors. I loved the unexpected twist towards the end and appreciate such a raw, true to real current life film. Disregard the negative reviews and see this movie with an open mind--- the best way to watch a movie and experience life anyway ;)

Reviewed by 2001ASOfan 9 / 10

Excellent performances, divisive ending

This mostly-quiet, purposefully slow-moving film is an enthralling display of expert acting and direction, a seemingly carefully-choreographed slow dance of opposing world views displayed beautifully. Salma Hayek's performance and character are literally mesmerizing at times, John Lithgow's character counters with a blithely world-weary, dismissive (but curiously jovial) attitude about everything around him from the get-go. As it turns out, however, both characters are resigned and world-weary, dealing with the awareness of that and the resulting inner sadness in very different ways, and the ending of the film will either seem perfectly, tragically logical or frustratingly wrong, probably depending on your own world view and where you are in your commitment or strength to continue trying to make it a better place--or your resignation that nothing can be done because you believe we're past the point of no return.

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