Chefs pick scenes for best screen cuisine

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    Kimokekahuna Hawaii

    Pretty lame list. Top food scenes in films?
    Blues Brothers eating shrimp @ Chez Paul.
    Brando Tahitian Luau in The Mutiny on the Bounty.
    Paulie making pasta and Pacino shooting the cop at the Italian Restaurant in The Godfather.
    Monte Pythons exploding fat guy in The Life of Brian.
    Jesus the Last Supper in the Redemption of Christ.
    Tom Hanks eats a fish in Castaway.

    Jack Nicholson Five Easy Pieces diner scene

    Kirk Douglas/Tony Curtis The banquet in The Vikings. The banquet sword fight in Princess Bride The Turkey scene in A Christmas Story and the most classic food scene of all....

    Breakfast at Tiffany's.

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    For those who do want to see foodie movies in addition to the above mentioned: Babette's Feast, Ratatouille, Eat Drink Men Women, and Vatel. As far as chefs go, I always side with Tony Bourdain; he likes the expected set (listed above) including Big Night and Tampopo.

    Who could forget the feast scene in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom? I've always suspected that giant cockroaches would taste like lobster...

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