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For each movie, design a special dish to be eaten in the theatre
watching the film, linked to both the storyline and the performers.
A movie about desert island castaways would be accompanied by
ship's biscuits, fish, mango, papaya and coconut.
John Wayne films would get something hard-baked
films would get a hard-boiled and gritty dish. Chick flicks would
require someting sickly-sweet and fluffy.
Anything with Leonardo di Caprio will probably be fairly cheesy ...
||Can it come with booze? rum, whiskey, and wine
||edit: The only kind of movie I can think of without an
obvious food are sci-fi or cartoon flicks (cars?), and even
futuristic, or unusual menus can be imagined.
||Beans on toast for Gone With the Wind?
||Captain Corelli's Mandarin?
||The Good, the Bad and the Ugli?