Actors of "Beatriz at Dinner"
Directors of "Beatriz at Dinner"
Miguel ArtetaBirthdate: 1965, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Creators of "Beatriz at Dinner"
Mike WhiteBirthdate: 28 June 1970, Pasadena, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "Beatriz at Dinner"
Christian Science MonitorJune 23, 2017
Hayek gives one of her better performances, though - she makes it clear that Beatriz may be righteous, but she's also more than a bit unhinged - and Lithgow is so good at playing CEO oiliness that you have to smile. He's the man you love to hate.
Detroit NewsJune 23, 2017
"Beatriz at Dinner" is an insanely heavy-handed liberal fantasy that both sides of the aisle can come together to equally hate.
St. Louis Post-DispatchJune 21, 2017
"Beatriz at Dinner" is a meal of a film, with plenty to chew on.
Chicago Sun-TimesJune 16, 2017
The menu for "Beatriz at Dinner" is more appetizer than main course.
Time OutJune 16, 2017
Together, screenwriter Mike White and his Enlightened director Miguel Arteta have an almost magical way with light-touch verbal sparring, an art that's become lost in today's broad, banter-filled comedies.
Globe and MailJune 16, 2017
Beatriz at Dinner works well beyond both lecture or lesson because of the care and attention everyone has put into the people that play them out.
Original CinAugust 10, 2017
Beatriz at Dinner could have been funny and sharply drawn, building on Hayek's strong performance. Instead, it's a clunky morality play rendered in crayon.
Hammer to NailAugust 07, 2017
[Beatriz] is loaded with subtlety and symbolism.
Film InquiryJuly 07, 2017
It's rare that a film will come along and synthesize the era we live in so succinctly.
Reel Film ReviewsJuly 03, 2017
Filmmaker Miguel Arteta, working from Mike White's screenplay, delivers a strong opening stretch that revolves almost entirely around the title character's hardscrabble existence...
Baltimore MagazineJune 29, 2017
I can't quite say I enjoyed it, but I'm not going to forget it that easily, either.
Movie NationJune 29, 2017
Biting, smart social satire that feels curtailed and abrupt in its resolution.
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