Lilo and StitchTarzanThe Emperor's New GrooveMulan
This breakfast is from Mulan (1998).
Mushu's wake-up call.
Blank CheckUncle BuckConeheadsFerris Bueller's Day Off
These pancakes are from Uncle Buck (1989).
The Five-Year EngagementSomething BorrowedBridesmaids27 Dresses
This chocolate fountain and giant cookie are from Bridesmaids (2011).
"Did you really think this group of women would finish that cookie?"
Pulp FictionAmerican BeautyDumb and DumberThe Avengers
This hamburger is from Pulp Fiction (1994).
"Hamburgers! The cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast."
Big DaddyElfThe Nutty ProfessorCan't Hardly Wait
This strange culinary creation is from Elf (2003).
Buddy's tastes are pretty eccentric.
American PsychoThe DepartedOcean's ElevenCasino
This dessert is from The Departed (2006).
"If that thing moves I'm going to shoot it. I don't even know what it is!"
CinderellaFantasiaBedknobs and BroomsticksAlice in Wonderland
These cookies are from Alice in Wonderland (1951).
Alice isn't one to turn down a free snack.
Home AloneNever Been KissedBeethovenSchool of Rock
This pizza is from Home Alone (1990).
If Kevin's family hadn't been completely wretched, they would have saved him a slice.
Jurassic ParkBack to the FutureThe Mighty DucksThe Mask
This lime jello is from Jurassic Park (1993).
A delicious snack cut short by a velociraptor attack.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the RingHarry Potter and the Goblet of FireThe Hobbit: An Unexpected JourneyThe Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
This meal is from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012).
A meal fit for dwarves.
The Sword in the StoneSleeping BeautyThe RescuersThe Black Cauldron
This birthday cake is from Sleeping Beauty (1959).
Baking's hard when you can't use magic.
Pretty in PinkFast Times at Ridgemont HighThe Breakfast ClubHeathers
This sandwich is from The Breakfast Club (1985).
White bread + butter + Pixy Stix + Cap'n Crunch = yum?
Field of DreamsE.T. the Extra-TerrestrialJawsBig
This bag of Reese's Pieces is from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982).
During his brief stay on earth, E.T. gets to sample many of our planet's "gourmet" offerings.
WaitressSteel MagnoliasAbout TimeThe Family Stone
This pie is from Waitress (2007).
"Baby don't you cry, gonna make a pie, gonna make a pie with a heart in the middle."
Under the Tuscan SunEat Pray LoveJulie & JuliaSilver Linings Playbook
This mountain of onions is from Julie & Julia (2009).
Chop, chop, chop.
Miss CongenialityLegally BlondeRunaway BrideSweet Home Alabama
This container of Ben & Jerry's ice cream is from Miss Congeniality (2000).
Sometimes you just need to unwind with a few pints after work.
The Great GatsbyThe Grand Budapest HotelLes MiserablesMarie Antoinette
This Courtesan au chocolat is from The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014).
Gustave's favorite pastry prepared by the talented (and lovely) Agatha.
Harriet the SpyHeavyweightsMatildaThe Little Rascals
This cake is from Matilda (1996).
You can do it, Brucie!
Hocus PocusHookThe Neverending StoryWilly Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
This brightly colored concoction is from Hook (1991).
Inglourious BasterdsForrest GumpThe Big LebowskiGone Girl
This strudel is from Inglourious Basterds (2009).
It's hard to enjoy dessert when you're eating it with a Nazi.
SpanglishChefThe Hundred Foot JourneyEnough Said
This sandwich is from Spanglish (2004).
Famed chef Thomas Keller created the recipe for this sandwich (prepared in the film by Adam Sandler's character).
It's ComplicatedSomething's Gotta GiveFather of the BrideHope Springs
These chocolate croissants are from It's Complicated (2009).
Nice beard, Meryl.
What About Bob?Tommy BoyThe Great OutdoorsGroundhog Day
This steak is from The Great Outdoors (1988).
96 ounces of prime aged beef steak.
This omelette is from Ratatouille (2007).
Can *you* cook as well as a Remy the rat? Probably not.
American GraffitiCharlotte's WebStand by MeMy Girl
These pies are from Stand by Me (1986).
Role ModelsForgetting Sarah MarshallKnocked UpThe 40-Year-Old Virgin
This cereal is from Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008).
Tupperware = a thoughtful gift?
Meet the ParentsThe HangoverMrs. DoubtfireForgetting Sarah Marshall
This fruit display is from Mrs. Doubtfire (1993).
Ammunition for a run-by fruiting.
Can You Guess The Movie From The Food?
You didn't do very well, did you? That's OK! You pay attention to the plot of the movie instead of whatever the characters are eating. You think with your brain (not your stomach), and that's commendable.
Not too shabby, but it seems like you aren't fully focusing on the food images flitting across your screen as you watch a movie. Maybe you're just paying attention to your *actual* snacks? Valid choice.
Awesome job! You obviously love food, so it's not surprising that you notice it as you're watching a movie — you notice it wherever you are!
If there were an award for being the best at recognizing food from movies, you'd win it. You love movies and food in equal amounts and could probably list a bunch of fictional meals that you wish you could eat. Amazing job.