A fine attempt at a warped sci-fi Knives Out affair. Takes a long time in getting going. If you're going to heavily market your film as having mummies they need to appear on screen quicker or else you risk losing the audience.
Kyle Gallner and Emily Skeggs are f**king phenomenal in this punk rock love letter to finding yourself, and the one you love in the unlikeliest of places.
Dinner in America is an assault to the senses that really captures the attitude of punk-rock whilst at the same time crafting a quirky tale of love and self-empowerment. A joyously dark-hearted journey through suburban America that taps into the magic of films like Heathers, injects them with the spirit of punk rock and creates an instant hit that has the potential to shape a generation. In short, it’s the tits.