A Million Ways to Die in the West isn't especially worth your time, and the most probable result will be simply a kind of disappointment at what might have been. It can't fit the pieces together as well as it ought to, and many of them are from a different puzzle altogether.
Gloriously goofball, Godzilla manages a certain coup by exploring possibilities that you couldn't guess would work. It's fun and doesn't slow much, leaving you with solid entertainment, as long as you can let yourself be taken for the ride.
Tasting Menu is a film that alienates almost everyone in its theory alone, just by refusing to have a plot that can be explained. For those who can tolerate a charming walk with interesting characters, who never really get anywhere, or do anything, this is one that you will fall in love with.
It's slightly better than the rating it deserves, but this one meanders, and doesn't pay enough attention to its characters. It's too in love with its own story, and suffers from the delusion that because it wants your outrage, it deserves to be called good.