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#1 Wed 18 Apr 07 7:03pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

Mine are "Babette's Feast"; "Chocolat" and an Asian one which I haven't bought because I can't remember its full title! Think it starts of as "Man ???" About a family-run restaurant, I think. Has been a while since I saw it.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Meanwhile, what are your favs?

Maree.


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#2 Wed 18 Apr 07 7:52pm

Arnaldo

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Re: What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

Hi to all,

There´s no one like this:

Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory.... tongue

Hug,

Arnaldo

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#3 Wed 18 Apr 07 10:11pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

Sabs, thanks, you were right about "Eat, drink, man, woman". Have ordered it. Can't locate "Tampopo" or "Like water for chocolate- only the soundtrack).Had forgotten about them.

Arnaldo, kids loved the movie when they were little. Think we still have it on video. Unfortunately, in the last 10yrs have developed a reaction to the smell (let alone taste) of chocolate, red wine and coffee beans. Give me a migraine that lasts 2 days. Limits dining out etc.
Maree


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#4 Wed 18 Apr 07 10:21pm

GeoffP

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Re: What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

Chocolat

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#5 Wed 18 Apr 07 10:57pm

Arnaldo

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Re: What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

Hi,

I´m sorry Maree hope you get better soon.

I watched the new version of Wonka last year, directed by Tim Burton, with Jonny Deep and it made me remind my chilhood....cool !!!... tongue

I have both versions in DVD....

God Bless you all !

Arnaldo

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#6 Wed 18 Apr 07 11:51pm

KitchenWench

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Re: What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

Gone in Sixty Seconds with Nicholas Cage.  They cook a Bar B Q under the bonnet of an old limo!!  Crackin thumbsup  thumbsup

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#7 Wed 18 Apr 07 11:57pm

Ashen

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Re: What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

i can only think of a couple off the top of my head

Big Night - tony shalaub? stanley tucci  thumbsup  great movie.. the final scene is amazing.

Eating Raoul -  whistle

Woman on Top.. penelope cruz


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#8 Thu 19 Apr 07 5:37am

frizz1974

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Re: What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

Who could forget 9&1/2 weeks?

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#9 Thu 19 Apr 07 6:28am

Cindy

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Re: What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

Who can forget a certain scene in a certain Python move. lol  lol  lol  lol

Babettes Feast is one of my all time favourite movies.

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#10 Thu 19 Apr 07 6:58am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: What are your (non-recipe) food related movies?

I obviously need to get out and see more. Have heard of all these movies but not seen them.

Surprised that I couldn't get Tampopo or Like water for chocolate through Sanity.

Sadie, our SOHs co-incide here. Love that scene from Monty Python. I referred to it in one of my previous threads ("Last Meal Wishes"). One poster's wishes included so many courses etc that s/he said something along the lines of "would probably die from over-eating" (am para-phrasing here from memory. Then, I mentioned "that scene".

Can you remember what Monty Python it was from?

Cheers,
Maree


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