What's the most memorable food or drink moment from the movies?

The blue soup in Bridget Jones' Diary, some Jurassic Park jello, or just everything from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

1y ago

Being in isolation has got a lot of people thinking of fun ways to pass the time. Or, well, just ways to pass the time.

Monica Heisey, writer extraordinaire who has worked on the likes of Schitt's Creek, Baroness von Sketch show and Workin' Moms, posed a question to her Twitter followers...

The responses were varied to say the least...

Some opted for beauty...

Some went down a left-field route...

And some went classic...

I want to know... what's a food movie moment that's stuck in your head?

Mine would be, Bruce Bogtrotter's chocolate cake from Matilda, the everlasting gobstopper from the original Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, orrr, the $5 shake in Pulp Fiction.

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Comments (60)

  • Pulp Fiction but CLEARLY the burger scene.

      1 year ago
  • The Blues Brothers - 4 fried chickens and dry white toast and the iconic scene from pulp fiction with Samuel L Jackson with the Big Kahuna Burger and the dialogues of โ€œsay โ€˜Whatโ€™ again one more time, I dare you, I double dare youโ€

      1 year ago
  • Even though it's a bit on the creepy side, I love the edible garden scene in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory ๐Ÿ„ I just really want to sip tea from a daffodil teacup ๐Ÿ˜‚

      1 year ago
  • Meg Ryanโ€™s restaurant scene in โ€œwhen Harry met Sallyโ€

      1 year ago
  • The strawberry and cheese scene from Ratatouille

      1 year ago