Kid reviews for The Dinner

Common Sense says

Talky, disturbing drama about privilege and morals.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 18+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 17+
Based on 1 review
Teen, 17 years old Written byjackadair8 September 18, 2017

Good Theme, Bland Production!

This being the year 2017, the film's theme holds more importance than ever before, it being accountability. This is a massive problem among American youth, where parents will place the blame on teachers for their child's F, where their behavior is excused because they are 'acting their age'. The problem of accountability does not reign at large just among young Americans; the problem is at large among the adult population as well. It is about time that we, as a people, recognize this problem and attempt to mend it. It might be a long and arduous journey, and we might not succeed at all; it's still worth a try.

The production can be defined as realistic at most. It was disturbing, which was obviously the writers' intentions, but very uneventful and quite 'talkative'.

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