1. Ratatouille
    The most amazing. Beautiful images, hilarious, sweet, honest. I get hungry and inspired every time I watch it, which is about once a month.
  2. Julie and Julia
    Honestly, not a great film, except that the food looks delicious and it always energizes me to cook. Not a fan of Amy Adams and her whiny character, but Meryl Streep and Stanley Tucci make it enjoyable. On second thought, don't watch this movie, just watch Julia Child's old cooking show.
  3. Eat, Pray, Love
    Another not so great film, but I love it. The food scenes are amazing, and it reminds you to take pleasure in what you eat. Javier Bardem also adds an extra...spice to the film.
  4. Burnt
    Visually beautiful, the food looks amazing, the plot is interesting, and the acting is good. I'm not the biggest fan of Bradley Cooper, but I really enjoyed him in this.