John Carroll Lynch played as "Mac" Maurice McDonald
Linda Cardellini played as Joan Smith
Nick Offerman played as "Dick" Richard McDonald
Michael Keaton played as Ray Kroc
Laura Dern played as Ethel Kroc
Wilbur Fitzgerald played as Jerry Cullen
Kate Kneeland played as June Martino
B. J. Novak played as Harry Sonneborn
Justin Randell Brooke played as Fred Turner
Patrick Wilson played as Rollie Smith
Ray Kroc is a traveling sales agent who sells milkshake of a Prince Castle brand, the makers since 1954. While he has Ethel his accommodating wife, who has saved adequately to have a comfortable, simple life and he still craves for more. After finding out that a San Bernardino drive-in is ordering a massive strange quantity of milkshake makers, Ray then drives to California to view it. What he locates is McDonald's—the highly famed walk-up restaurant with their fast service, disposable packaging, high-quality food, and a family clientele.
Ray had the chance to meet Maurice "Mac" and Richard "Dick", the two McDonald brothers. Ray explored their kitchens and comments the employees' with their strong work ethic. Dick explained that their lightning-fast service and high-quality food where the courage of their diner. Ray invited the McDonald's brothers to dinner and was told of the original story of McDonald's. The following day, Ray suggested that the brothers must franchise the restaurant and find out that they had an earlier attempt only to meet absentee holders and inconsistent norms which ultimately directs to the closure of the endeavor. Ray perseveres and finally convinced the brothers to permit him to control their franchising efforts with the condition that he permits to a contract that requires all the transformation to receive the approval from the McDonald brothers.
The movie may not light the world on fire, but it is the solid rock tale of the American Dream and greed that ought to contemplate most that it encounters. The movie in all its ways is amazing. The movie director was victorious in creating a film very entertaining and involving. Beautiful visuals of the camera, the production design and color tone add to the retro tone of the film. The performances of all the actors were the highlights of the film. Speed editing creates it a very speed film with no or very less lagging. This movie for sure is going to shine to its viewers.