Deborah Ross

Ralph Fiennes at his most terrifying: The Menu reviewed

Like Triangle of Sadness, this film gives the rich a good kicking and is nastily fun, but it runs out of ideas by the third act

Ralph Fiennes at his most still – and terrifying – as Chef Slowik in The Menu

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