Food·Posted on Jul 25, 202020 Times The Food Looked So Good In A Movie That You Wanted To Lick The ScreenI'm ravenous right now, if you couldn't tell.by Daniella EmanuelBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. The mac 'n' cheese that Kevin just leaves at the table without eating in Home Alone. 20th Century Studios 2. The chocolate cake that Bruce Bogtrotter is forced to eat in Matilda. TriStar Pictures 3. The perfectly powdered beignets that Tiana makes in The Princess and the Frog. Disney 4. The Turkish delight that the White Witch gives Edmund in The Chronicles of Narnia. Disney 5. The feast that Chihiro's parents eat before getting turned into pigs in Spirited Away. Toho Co. 6. The spread that the kids eat right before the raptors arrive in Jurassic Park. Universal Pictures 7. The make-believe feast in Hook that features this colorful pie. TriStar Pictures 8. The iconic ram-don noodles that are whipped up in record time in Parasite. CJ Entertainment 9. The pizza that Liz eats during her Italian food journey in Eat Pray Love. Sony 10. The beautifully decorated magic cookies from Alice in Wonderland that make Alice grow into a giant. Disney 11. The edible tea cup Willy Wonka both sips from and bites into in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. Paramount Pictures 12. The smiley breakfast Pee-wee Herman takes one bite of in Pee-wee's Big Adventure. Warner Bros. 13. And the elaborate breakfast that Hallie (aka Annie) hardly even touches in The Parent Trap. Disney 14. The burgers that Harold and Kumar finally get to enjoy at the end of Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle. New Line Cinema 15. The Cuban sandwich that Jon Favreau is oh so passionate about in Chef. Open Road Films 16. The strudel at the center of the world's most stressful scene in Inglourious Basterds. Universal 17. The breathtakingly perfect ratatouille that Remy makes in Ratatouille. Disney 18. The juicy and versatile inside of the peach that James and all the insects feast on in James and the Giant Peach. Disney 19. The butterbeer in Harry Potter that seems infinitely better than an IPA. Warner Bros. 20. And the endless types of candy from Honeydukes in Harry Potter — except for maybe the Chocolate Frogs. Warner Bros.