Beatriz at Dinner Movie Poster

Beatriz at Dinner

User rating: 3.16 28 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: June 9, 2017

On DVD/Blu-ray: September 12, 2017

R | Comedy, Drama | 1h 23m

Thank you for rating this movie!


User rating: 3.16

Based on 82 votes and 28 reviews.

  • User rating: 28 36.84%
  • User rating: 10 13.16%
  • User rating: 4 5.26%
  • User rating: 14 18.42%
  • User rating: 20 26.32%

Please rate between 1 to 5 stars

*How would you rate this movie?

Showing 1-10 of 28 reviews

User rating: October 18, 2017

Slow and uninteresting - Ending was dry and hard to follow

User rating: August 24, 2017

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!

User rating: August 13, 2017

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.

User rating: July 21, 2017

Powerful content, outstanding direction and acting, storyline is a sign of the times... yes, I will see it again...

User rating: July 20, 2017

Loved it!!! Intelligent dialogue. Great performances, especially by Salma Hayek, and the subject happens to be actual and pertinent.

User rating: July 18, 2017

Ouch. Controversial. Poignant. I loved it. Perhaps there was no ending because there isn't.

User rating: July 17, 2017

Good actors but one dimensional. Depressing story.

User rating: July 16, 2017

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.

User rating: July 15, 2017

Very much for the times!

User rating: July 13, 2017

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!