Bong Joon-ho's bleak new movie turns food into a form of terror as it explores the desperation of trying to move up in the world.
The rom-com starring Ali Wong and Randall Park proves that food, like relationships, is complicated.
Some of our favorite ways that cinema has used food to make us hungry, nostalgic, or, tbh, straight-up grossed out.
Before there was 'Big Night,' 'Babette’s Feast,' or 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi'—or 'MasterChef' or 'Iron Chef' or 'Top Chef,' for that matter—there was 'Tampopo.'
After you laugh your way through a fresh new batch of classic Rogen humor (complete with raunchy double-entendres and cutting-edge dick jokes), you’ll quickly notice that the movie is a lot deeper than what the billboards around town paint it as.