As seems fitting for a movie about Italian-Americans, much of Moonstruck takes place while characters are eating, and eating well. There’s a memorable breakfast early in the film—Olympia Dukakis cooks for daughter Cher a meal of an egg fried atop a slice of bread with a yolk-sized hole cut out, topped with roasted red pepper strips—during which Cher announces her engagement to milquetoast Danny Aiello. The movie ends with an even bigger breakfast scene—served up with a simple oatmeal—in which Cher announces to her family that she’s thrown her fiancé over for his hot-tempered, bread-baking brother (Nicolas Cage). During the same meal, Dukakis confronts husband Vincent Gardenia over his infidelity. Everyone has it out, resolves their issues, affirms the primacy of family and marital love, and lives happily ever after—not to mention sated with stick-to-your-ribs comfort food.
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The list is not very accurate to me! Not in terms of great films,
but, almost more to depict "memorable" breakfast scenes, as memorable
meant " exploited" or "exploitative"!
One of the best breakfast scenes in movies ever in fact is completely missing!
talking about Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable's very personal moment in
memorable (Oh yes, that definitely was memorable!) United Artist's John
Huston's production of "The Misfits" (1961) written by Arthur Miller,
and, certainly featuring some of the most authentic acting ever,
especially, from its 3 protagonist's : Monroe, Gable, and Monty Clift.
A travesty that this list doesn't include Fast Times at Ridgemont High's Brad Hamilton getting fired from All American Burger!
@Tex I think maybe you have the wrong Tarantino movie title