Explore the best food movies that are not only delicious but also moving and inspiring. This list covers various genres and languages. Let's dive in!
Julie & Julia is a biographical comedy-drama film directed by Nora Ephron. Starring Meryl Streep and Amy Adams, it's based on two books about food.
Amole Gupte's movie follows schoolboy Stanley, who faces problems in his school life. Partho Gupte plays Stanley, and the movie is full of hilarious moments.
Disney's Ratatouille follows the story of a food-loving rat named Remy who helps a young cook create incredible dishes in France.
In this romantic comedy-drama, Gullu struggles to find a suitable groom due to dowry demands until she meets a chef named Tariq.
Bradley Cooper stars as a Chef who aims to resurrect his career after substance abuse and earn a third Michelin star. Directed by John Wells.
Starring Irrfan Khan, the plot follows a lonely office worker forming an unlikely relationship with a married woman due to a mistake by a tiffin carrier service.
Chef Carl Casper starts a food truck after losing his job at a restaurant, rebuilding relationships with his family. A movie directed by Jon Favreau.
Perfectionist chef raises late sister's child while clashing with a new chef in her kitchen. Stars Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart.
Friends from Northeast India travel to Delhi to cook a cultural delicacy, facing racism and discrimination from locals. A powerful social commentary.
In "Waitress," Jenna's life unravels when she faces an unwanted pregnancy and marital problems