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Current Rating: 3.16

Current Rating: 3.16

based on 82 votes and 28 reviews

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  • 1 stars Slow and uninteresting - Ending was dry and hard to follow
  • 1 stars I thought she would make a difference , ok she was burnt out , away from real friends , the loss of her goat traumatic ,but the end of movie was lousey , super depressing movie, ugh!
  • 5 stars Outstanding movie. Excellent acting. Left me thinking long after it ended. An ugly statement on human behaviour, human consumerism and the callous disregard for others and our planet.
  • Powerful content, outstanding direction and acting, storyline is a sign of the times... yes, I will see it again...
  • 5 stars Loved it!!! Intelligent dialogue. Great performances, especially by Salma Hayek, and the subject happens to be actual and pertinent.
  • Ouch. Controversial. Poignant. I loved it. Perhaps there was no ending because there isn't.
  • 1 stars Good actors but one dimensional. Depressing story.
  • 4 stars Liked the actors performances. Great film for mental health education. Signs and symptoms of burnout . Family and friends not being able to know what to do. A better ending would have been her getting the help she needed to deal with her many losses.
  • 5 stars Very much for the times!
  • 2 stars Not emough Beatrix at dinner and too much Beatrix stalking the halls looking doleful. Okay, Important commentary was made about anti-Mexican bigotry was made but it was glaring because the scriptwriting was so awful and some of the acting worse than the supposedly poignant ending. Ugh!

Beatriz at Dinner

Genre:  Comedy, Drama
Running Time:  83 min.
Release Date: June 16, 2017 (limited)
DVD: October 10, 2017
Blu-ray: October 10, 2017
Netflix: May 19, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 3.16
based on 82 votes and 28 reviews
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Cast: Salma Hayek, John Lithgow, Chloe Sevigny, Connie Britton, David Warshofsky, Amy Landecker, Jay Duplass, John Early