We’ve all heard of dinner and a movie, but sometimes dinner the movie
Big Night Two Italian brothers – and restaurant owners – prepare the most important feast of their lives in this award-winning 1950s-set dramedy.
Jiro Dreams of Sushi A heartwarming documentary about 85-year-old sushi master Jiro Ono, his family and his modest Michelin-starred restaurant tucked away inside the Tokyo subway.
Super Size Me
The only film listed that may have you rethinking dinner, Morgan Spurlock’s acclaimed doc probes the fast food industry while he eats only McDonald’s for a month.
In Denmark’s first Oscar winner (Best Foreign Language Film), Babette, a housekeeper to a rural French religious order, cooks the congregation a near-divine banquet.
The Trip This British TV series turned feature film about a British food tour cooked up rave reviews and two delicious sequels, The Trip to Italy and The Trip to Spain.
My Dinner with
Andre Dubbed “food for thought,” this comedy-drama contrasts opposing life views and intellectual insights in a New York City cafe.
Sideways Foodie movies can celebrate drink as well, as audiences proved when they raised a glass to this Oscar-winning flick based around a middle-age escape to wine country. —MC