Top 10 Dinner And Movie Combos

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5. MANHATTAN and Pastrami On Rye

A friend once described this movie by saying “I feel like I should be wearing a yamaka while watching this.” Look, it’s a beautiful love story told by an eccentric, left-wing, New Yorky Jew, what else would you eat? If you’re going for annoying hipster authenticity, pair with a Dr. Brown’s celery soda and a shitload of half-sour pickles. But seriously don’t do that, unless you’re married to whomever you’re watching the movie with, they (and I) will hate you and leave you.

But hey, “You have to have a little faith in people.”

Author: Zach Golden

Photo Credit: Onia
edwardDinner and movies go together as well as international waters and underground cat fighting rings. Which doesn’t really make sense, if you think about it, what with movies being all attention grabbing and stuff, and dinner requiring attention in order to ensure food reaching mouth/not choking to death. But thankfully for both of us, you don’t have to think about it, because Sundance pays me to, so one of those darned thinkin’ headaches averted.10. THE GODFATHER and Approximately 14 Cannoli9.  THE ARTIST and Fried Chicken8.  FARGO and Beer Braised Bratwurst7. THE SCIENCE OF SLEEP and Turkey (dark meat, obviously)6.  Brokeback Mountain and Hot Dogs5. MANHATTAN and Pastrami On Rye
4. EDWARD SCISSORHANDS and Chopped Salad3. STAR WARS and One Of Those Novelty Astronaut Food Dinners2. The Brothers Bloom and Vegetarian Chili1.  Annie Hall and Lobster