Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)

Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)

Movie review

Well, first of all, one of the main roles in the film was played by the charismatic Kathy Bates. Secondly, the picture is based on the novel by Fanny Flagg. Third, we can say without any preconceptions that this is one of the best movies of the ’90s. So imagine, one heroine named Evelyn Couch comes to the hospital to visit her husband’s aunt, where she meets sweet old lady Ninnie, who keeps her occupied with the life story of two friends, Iji and Ruth. Together they kept a cafe that served fried green tomatoes. It’s a touching picture about female friendship (and a little more), love and loyalty, courage and fortitude.


Screen shots


Kathy Bates, Jessica Tandy, Mary Stuart Masterson

Movie Info

Director – Jon Avnet
Writers – Fannie Flagg (novel “Fried Green Tomatoes At the Whistle Stop Cafe”) Carol Sobieski (screenplay)
Taglines – The secret of life? The secret’s in the sauce.
Genre – Drama
Release date – January 24, 1992 (United States)
Country of origin – United States
Language – English
Also known as – Vreli dani u Alabami
Filming location – liette, Georgia, USA
Production companies – Universal Pictures Act III Communications Avnet/Kerner Productions
Budget – $11,000,000 (estimated)
Gross US & Canada – $82,418,501
Opening weekend US & Canada – $105,317 Dec 29, 1991
Gross worldwide – $119,418,501
Runtime – 2h 10min
Color – Color
Sound mix – Dolby SR
Aspect ratio – 1.85 : 1


IMDb – 7.7/10
Metacritic – 64%
Rotten Tomatoes – 74%

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