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The Dinner ⭐⭐

Richard Gere and Steve Coogan are brothers (a sentence I thought I would never write), one is a gubernatorial candidate and the other a seemingly unhinged history teacher. 290 more words

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THE DINNER review

Boy howdy is there a reception on this one. Already it’s being hailed as a contender for one of the worst movies of the year by early ratings and reviews. 1,926 more words

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Interview: 'The Dinner' Director Oren Moverman

The Dinner is a intriguing mystery drama recently released. It’s about two couples getting together over dinner for a heated discussion about the impending decisions they have to make in regards to the future of their children, who committed a crime. 279 more words

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“The Dinner” Serves Unsatisfying Courses

By Matthew Holman, Staff Writer

“The Dinner” is a film which unfortunately not only bites off more than it can chew, but ostensibly chokes itself from overstuffing. 528 more words

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"The Dinner"

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The incredibly disturbing and often frustrating film “The Dinner” can at times come across as pretentious, obnoxious, and distressing: but that’s the point. 643 more words

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Enduring the Rancor of 'The Dinner'

Writer-director Oren Moverman assaults our sensibilities with ideological posturing

Photo: (l-r) Steve Coogan as Paul, Laura Linney as Claire, Richard Gere as Stan, and Rebecca Hall as Kate in ‘The Dinner’ Rating: R; … 795 more words

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PopPolitics: Oren Moverman on Why 'The Dinner' Is 'Very Trumpian' (Listen)

Oren Moverman says that his new movie “The Dinner” is “very Trumpian” — and points to the premise of his project as proof.

Steve Coogan stars as a school teacher who suffers from mental illness, and Richard Gere plays his brother, a rising politician. 415 more words

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