The Menu review: Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes deconstruct the art-thriller

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This review was first published in conjunction with The Menu’s premiere at the 2022 Fantastic Fest. It has been updated and republished for the movie’s theatrical release.

One of the most-discussed movie scenes of 2021 reads like an unplanned prequel to Mark Mylod’s black, bloody comedic thriller The Menu. In Michael Sarnoski’s Pig, chef-turned-backwoods-recluse Rob gently eviscerates the chef of a ritzy haute cuisine restaurant, who also happens to be one of Rob’s former…

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