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post #21 of 30
Roll, roll, roll in ze hay.
Love that movie.

Not anything special as far as a food scene goes but they were eating pizza at one point in one of my all time favorite movies.
The Boondock Saints when they were at Rocco's apartment after killing all the Russians, drinking whiskey and beer and eating pizza.
One of the greatest flicks ever made, unfortunately they wear long coats and there are lots and lots of good gun scenes but the movie never hit theaters because of Columbine, the movie studio decided to cancel the theater release date and it eventually went to video.
If you haven't seen the movie you really have to.
Hell, send me your address and I'll mail you a copy it is so good.
Just a quick mention for anyone who has seen and loves the movie, Boondock Saints 2: All Saints Day will be out soon.
post #22 of 30
i'm all for cool hand luke & john in foooooooooooooooooooooooooooood fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiightPDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #23 of 30
The breakfast scene from Lonesome Dove was the first thing I thought. When Gus lifts the dutch oven lid & says, "The biscuits are ready."

Another great food scene in Lonesome Dove is when they were in San Antonio looking for a new cook. When they come upon Pocampo, he says, "Try one of these, I fried them this morning." They agreed it was tasty but wasn't real pleased with it being fried grasshoppers.

I love it when they ask Pocampo if he was going to start missing his wife and quit a few miles down the trail. He said, "My wife is in hell, where I sent her. She could make good biscuits, but her behavior was terrible!"
post #24 of 30
I always liked the buffet scene in National Lampoons Vegas vaction.

On the buffet line cousing Eddie says to the buffet server: "I'll have some of the yella, and don't get cheap with me now....."
post #25 of 30
Then there is National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, as they eat the burnt to a crisp turkey, and then Eddie's dog is under the table:

Clark: "Ed?"
Eddie: "Yeah Clark?"
Clark: "What's wrong with the dog?"
Eddie: "Oh, he's just yacking on a bone. He's got it up. He's all right now."

not to mention, one of the best rant's of all time as Clark asks for his boss to be brought to him on Christmas eve:
Hey! If any of you are looking for any last-minute gift ideas for me. I have one……..I’d like Frank Shirley, my boss, right here tonight.
I want him brought from his happy holiday slumber over there on Melody Lane with all the other rich people and I want him brought right here, with a big ribbon on his head, and I want to look him straight in the eye and I want to tell him what a……..
  • cheap
  • lying
  • no-good
  • rotten
  • four-flushing
  • low-life
  • snake-licking
  • dirt-eating
  • inbred
  • overstuffed
  • ignorant
  • blood-sucking
  • dog-kissing
  • brainless
  • ****less
  • hopeless
  • heartless
  • fat-ass
  • bug-eyed
  • stiff-legged
  • spotty-lipped
  • worm-headed
  • sack of monkey **** HE IS!…
…..Hallelujah! Holy ****! Where’s the Tylenol?
post #26 of 30
Man, you have a good memory, BBQE.

I'm not gonna try it, YOU try it.
I'm not gonna try it.
Let's get MIKEY!
He won't eat it, he hates everything...............

post #27 of 30
Shawshank Redemption.
Near the beginning of the movie-Andy's first full day in jail I believe-he was picking through his plate and found a maggot in his oatmeal, Brooks asked him if he was going to eat it and Andy Dufresne gave it to Brooks to feed to his bird Jake.

Strange Brew.
The Oktoberfest had tons and tons of sausages. Eh!

Cheech and Chong: Up In Smoke
Walking down the streets of Mexico Tommy Chong enjoys a burrito.
Not sure if him eating his weed and shrooms earlier in the car would count though.

Oh! I just thought of a good one that should have been obvious to me.
In Once Upon a Time in Mexico Johnny Depp orders puerco pibil in every restaurant he goes to. He finally finds one that is so much better than all the rest he has to shoot the cook, that way the universe is back in balance.

Natural Born Killers.
Woody Harrelson enjoys a piece of key lime pie.

Pulp Fiction.
When they go on their date John Travolta and Uma Thurman go to a Jack Rabbit Slim's Travolta orders a Douglas Skirt Steak, they ask him if he wants it burnt to a crisp or bloody as hell, he orders it bloody as hell. She orders a burger, bloody as hell.

Also from pulp fiction Sam Jackson and Travolta go into an apartment near the beginning to get back a case that belonged to Marsellus Wallace and Sam Jackson enjoys a bite of a Big Kahuna Burger.

Resevoir dogs.
The entire gang has breakfast at the beginning of the movie.
post #28 of 30
great flick thanks bbq eng.
post #29 of 30
Good call FIU - I also love the scene in Shawshank where the guys are working on the roof and Andy's request for the end of the work day was beers for all the guys - that moment, when they pop their cold ones, is just so poignant and you could practically taste the beer and feel how cold it is. Easily my favorite scene in the movie.

Also in Better Off Dead - when the mom makes all of her "French" food - french fries, french toast, french dressing - I never realized how many food scenes were in that movie.
post #30 of 30
Wasn't it in that same movie where his mom boils bacon?? Man it looked bad. And when he has the date with the french girl and serves frozen tv dinners.

I also like all the scenes mentioned from National Lampoon movies. Those are great.
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