Today’s entries span the globe and range from the ultimate New Year’s Eve menu, to Italian restaurants, to ramen and fast food –something for every taste!
Bloggers: If we missed your post in this roundup, don’t worry. You’ll find it on tomorrow’s menu.
Until then, dig in to today’s entrees. Buon appetito!
Cinematic Scribblings: Adua and Her Friends (1960)
Wide Screen World: Super Size Me (2004)
Silver Screenings: Food in Bachelor Mother (1939)
Taking Up Room: The Ramen Girl (2008)
Speakeasy: Big Night (1996)
Movie Night Group: Ninotchka (1939)
Life Is Sweet Enough: Chef-Driven Grilled Cheese
The Midnite Drive-In: Eating Raoul (1982) and Delicatessen (1991)
Once Upon a Screen: Charlie Chaplin: The Art of the Meal
Love Letters to Old Hollywood: If You Could Only Cook (1935)
Anybody Got a Match?: Cool Hand Luke (1967)
Totally Filmi: Ustad Hotel (2012)
Critica Retrô: Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Come back here tomorrow night for more, and visit the event main page to catch up on all the posts.
One last word and roundup before we close the door on the Great Villain Blogathon 2017: your hosts Ruth of Silver Screenings, Karen of Shadows & Satin, and Kristina of Speakeasy want to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part, visited the participating blogs, and helped spread the word via #Villains2017. A blogathon is only as good as the lovely people who join in, and you all gave us such great and diverse reading in this 4th year of the event! Like any good villain, we will return to menace the blogosphere again next year so start thinking of your favourite Big Bads.
This #Villains2017 main page has been updated to archive all these daily recaps. Bloggers who post after this, just leave a comment here and we’ll add you to this recap.
Thanks again everybody, you were wicked good. See you next year!
Now please enjoy today’s writing:
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society: Who is the real villain in “The Doorway to Hell” from 1930?
Cary Grant Won’t Eat You: The husband in Stella Dallas
Apocalypse Later: Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation (1939)
Lonely Critic: Tom and Rico (Public Enemy and Little Caesar)