Coffee in movies

Coffee is a staple in many people’s lives, and it’s no surprise that it has made its way onto the big screen in some iconic movie scenes. From romantic comedies to action-packed thrillers, coffee has played a prominent role in many memorable movie moments. Here are just a few of the most famous scenes in movies featuring coffee:

  1. The opening scene of “Pulp Fiction” (1994) – This Quentin Tarantino classic opens with hitmen Vincent Vega (John Travolta) and Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson) sitting in a diner, sipping coffee and discussing the finer points of the Big Mac vs. the Royale with Cheese.
  2. You’ve Got Mail” (1998) – In this romantic comedy, Meg Ryan’s character Kathleen Kelly runs a small bookstore that’s struggling to compete with a big chain store owned by Tom Hanks’ character Joe Fox. When they finally meet in person, they share a cup of coffee and some witty banter.
  3. The Usual Suspects” (1995) – In this crime thriller, the character played by Kevin Spacey famously drinks coffee with a limp, which becomes an important plot point later in the film.
  4. Heat” (1995) – In this action-packed crime drama, Robert De Niro’s character Neil McCauley orders coffee at a diner before heading out on a heist.
  5. Groundhog Day” (1993) – In this beloved comedy, Bill Murray’s character Phil Connors relives the same day over and over again. One of his routines includes stopping at a diner for a cup of coffee and a sweet roll.
  6. Jerry Maguire” (1996) – In this sports drama, Tom Cruise’s character Jerry Maguire has a memorable conversation with his love interest Dorothy Boyd (Renee Zellweger) over a cup of coffee at a diner.
  7. La La Land” (2016) – In this modern musical, Emma Stone’s character Mia and Ryan Gosling’s character Sebastian have their first date at a coffee shop, where they bond over their shared love of jazz.

These are just a few examples of the many famous movie scenes featuring coffee. Whether it’s used as a prop to convey a character’s mood or as a symbol of a shared experience, coffee has become an integral part of many memorable moments in cinema. So next time you sit down to enjoy a cup of coffee, think about some of these iconic movie scenes and the role that coffee played in them.

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