Beatriz at Dinner tells the story about a holistic therapist/Mexican immigrant (Salma Hayek) who finds herself stuck at an Orange County dinner party with, amongst others, a loud-mouthed celebrity real estate developer (John Lithgow).
I have seen the trailer for this movie several times, and I have mentioned Beatriz at Dinner in several articles recently. Whenever I mention it, I say to myself, I should really watch this movie sometime soon. But, I still haven’t watched it. Now I have got yet another chance because recently they added Beatriz at Dinner to American Netflix.
I get a feeling that the movie is sometimes making fun of Donald Trump, especially when they speak of shooting animals in Africa. It seems to have a lot of good points, and it looks like a really good drama worth watching.
But, there is one red lamp blinking. The movie has a 77% critics score at Rotten Tomatoes, but the audience score is only 55%. I seldom like the movies having higher critics score than audience score, but maybe this will be different. The biggest example of a movie with great critics score (much higher than the audience score) is La La Land, one of the most boring movies I have seen in the last years.
Watch Beatriz at Dinner on Netflix
If you want to watch Beatriz at Dinner on Netflix, you can currently do it in one of the following regions:
Find out more on how to get access to Canadian and US Netflix right here. These instructions are working perfectly, and they will also help you get access to even more Netflix regions. Enjoy!
Beatriz at Dinner trailer
Would you like to watch the Beatriz at Dinner trailer? You can do it here.
Have you seen the movie yet? Was it worth watching? I still haven’t watched it, but I will try to do so in one of the coming days!