Matthew McConaughey eating oysters, A Time to Kill – Matthew McConaughey eating oysters………need I say more?
Meg Ryan having an orgasm in a diner, in When Harry Met Sally. After which another patron tells the waitress "I'll have what she's having".
Or Steve Martin playing a dimwit (in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels) who asks, in the presence of a female dinner guest, "May I go to the bathroom". Michael Caine gives his consent, and the Steve Martin character sits there staring into space with a glazed look in his eyes.
I have a few favorites. 91/2 weeks has some hot scenes but I always like the subtle much better.
Marie Antoinette eating pastry?
Under the Tuscan Sun, when she serves the workers an amazing meal.
Robin Williams, as Mrs. Doubtfire. The restaurant scene where it reveals his identity.
final dinner scene in the dark comedy, "the last supper." enough said.
"The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover"
The cook roasts the wife's lover, she feeds him to her husband-the thief.
Still 'Lady and the Tramp', the Spagetti dinner. Yes, I do always cry!
"Animal House" scene with the late John Belushi stuffing his cheeks with mashed potatoes in the school cafeteria after announcing "see if you can guess what I am now" after Babs says "that boy is a P-I-G, pig".
He pops his cheeks, mashed potatoes go everywhere and he proudly says...."a zit, get it?" A huge food fight ensues!
My all time favorite was in the 1963 film Tom Jones - with Albert Finney as Tom having dinner with a floozy in a roadside inn - it was the way they ate the roast chicken! wooooohoooo!
Joy Luck Club when the non-Asian hubby totally messes up Chinese etiquette at his first meal with the family.
And I know it's not a movie or a meal, but any time I think of entertainment and food, my mind shoots directly to Lucille Ball in the candy factory.
this from "Nine And A Half Weeks", if we can talk about meal ...
I didn't start out as a meal scene but the fight Mark and Daniel in Bridget Jones' Diary where they start in the street and wind there way through a restaurant breaking up the place disturbing the meals and a birthday song all the while the music score was "It's raining men." I was priceless.
Oh my god, there's one scene in Monty Python's The Meaning of Life where Eric Idle's in a nice restaurant at the piano playing a song about it being awfully nice to have a pen*s. Then this freaking huge man comes in to have his dinner, hurls and orders everything in the menu. He eats so much and hurls throughout and John Cleese keeps feeding him until the last little bit makes him explode. Aaaaaaaaggghhhh!
It's not my favorite but it's so disgustingly memorable.
"Ah..I hope Monseur is feeling better"?
"Yeah...better get a bucket, I'm going to throw up".
The whole Mr. Creosote bit would simply be too gross if they hadn't made it way over the top. That's what made it so hilarious.
One of my favourites too.
I love it in Secondhand Lions, when they are at the diner.
It is not so much the eating, as the scene that follows.
Re: What About Bob
Hahahaha yes, I used to mimic this when I was a kid. Love it
The dinner table scene in the animated Walt Disney movie, The Beauty and the Beast.
Anne of Greene Gables/ She has discovered a mouse in the pudding because she forgot to put the top cloth on it.She dishes the mouse out and is planning to tell ,but she just can't confess to Marilla. Then just as a guest is about to eat the pudding Anne screams and tells the truth. Cracks me up...
Vincent: Douglas Sirk steak, and a vanilla Coke.
Buddy Holly: How would you like that? Burnt to a crisp or bloody as hell?
Vincent: Bloody as hell.
Its the only way to have a steak.
my favorit is the meal in the good the bad an the ugly where blue eyes is talking bucho and feeding him right before he tortures him and shortly after clint enters and sits in the same seat
Eating Raoul dinner party. Grossest, one of the Silence of the Lambs with Anthony Hopkins serving Ray Lotta his own brains.
It has to be the scene in the Lobster House in 'My Best Friend's Wedding'
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