It’s National Coffee Day, and with September 29 being its unofficial holiday, the drink is making a splash on social media. What better way to celebrate than by pouring a mug and cooing in front of the screen? A regular part of the day, coffee provides moments of respite, success and social camaraderie in some of your favorite movies. Sometimes, it is also used as a weapon or for comic relief. Check out these memorable Java-themed scenes in the film.
‘breakfast at Tiffany’s’
Audrey Hepburn exits a taxi with her Cup Joe and snack in hand during the opening scene breakfast at Tiffany’s. Dressed to the nines, Hepburn’s Holly Golightly peers into the window of a Tiffany & Co. shop before heading to her apartment. Holi seems to have been put together in those first few seconds that, throughout the film, the audience realizes that she is very flawed.
Will Ferrell’s holiday classic finds its character Buddy exploring New York and stopping by for the world’s best cup of coffee. later in elf, he learns that coffee isn’t everything he wants to be made of—unless there’s syrup in it. In the hilarious opposite of Buddy’s joy elf, Ferrell gets into a fight at a coffee shop in another of his films, kick and scream.
‘the usual suspects’
Detective Kuzan finally put all the pieces together the usual suspects While drinking a cup of coffee. As he uncovers a false, yet clever story about mastermind Keyser Soz, the camera zooms in on the mug in his hand as it falls to the floor. why is it important? “Kobayashi” is printed on the bottom of the cup, indicating that Verbal Kint has drawn the details of the story from the detective’s own hand.
‘you’ve got Mail’
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks starred in several coffee shop scenes you’ve got Mail, including a sequel at Starbucks. Hanks’ Joe Fox condoled Ryan’s coffee shop experience in an online chat with Kathleen Kelly. But many fans loved the delicious exchange between Kathleen and Joe in the blind date scene.
Ryan’s character sits and waits for her boyfriend to arrive. as she is reading pride and Prejudice With Rose at his desk, Joe walks in and finds out they’re dating each other. He doesn’t reveal it and instead teases her.
Coffee in Bonnie is responsible for pulp Fiction. As Jimmy, Quentin Tarantino angrily serves it to Jules and Vinnie, telling him about the dead body in their home. Before he succumbed to his rant, Samuel L. Jules of Jackson praised the coffee in one of the film’s many quotable lines: “That’s some serious gourmet sh*t.” We can’t share the abusive scene in this post, but you can click on the link above to view it.
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