Journey around the world without leaving the comfort of your couch with movies that pair perfectly with takeaway tucker available at Enex.


Experience an Indian Odyssey aboard The Darjeeling Limited

Owen WilsonLet acclaimed auteur Wes Anderson whet your appetite for a hearty Indian feast with his meticulously crafted 2007 offering, The Darjeeling Limited.

Charting the misadventures of a trio of bickering brothers (Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody and Jason Schwartzman) who reconnect, disconnect and then reconnect again on an odyssey across India, this offbeat outing showcases Anderson’s signature style, made all the more magical with a sensational score and a suite of monogrammed Louis Vuitton luggage (#luggagegoals).

While The Darjeeling Limited isn’t likely to inspire a railway journey with your siblings, it will certainly get you hungry for a taste of India, which is where Tikka Turban comes in. Button up your pyjamas, click play on this Anderson classic and settle in with a bowl of vindaloo and a side of samosas lovingly prepared by the Tikka Turban team.


Live La Dolce Vita with Eat, Pray, Love

Julia RobertsTake a leaf out of Julia Roberts’ book and teach yourself to understand what the Italians call ‘dolce far niente’ – the joy of doing nothing – while kicking back with pizza, pasta and Eat, Pray, Love on DVD.

Documenting an American author’s journey of self discovery across the stunning scenery of Italy, India and Indonesia, Eat, Pray, Love will leave you daydreaming about a carb-heavy Roman holiday.

As Roberts’ character rediscovers her zest for life somewhere between the history-laden cobblestone streets of Rome and the chaotic, dust-caked roads of Mumbai, satiate your hunger with Enex’s finest pizza and pasta.

Swing past Delisio on your way home from work to stock up on authentic, flavour-packed Italian offerings before firing up Eat, Pray, Love and uncorking a bottle of your favourite vino for a bene evening.


Find Yourself with Lost In Translation

Bill Murray and Scarlett JohanssonLose your way among the bright lights of Tokyo with Sofia Coppola’s exploration of loneliness in one of the most densely populated cities on the planet.

Starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson as lost souls who become fast friends, and almost something more, this slow-moving modern classic is a symphony of quiet and contemplative scenes punctuated with moments of hilarity – making for ideal viewing on a cold and rainy night.

There’s no better culinary accompaniment for the sights and sounds of Lost in Translation than beautifully crafted authentic Japanese cuisine from Matsuri.

Select your favourite handmade sushi or sashimi and let your tastebuds be whisked away to Shinjuku.


The Darjeeling Limited, Eat, Pray, Love and Lost in Translation are available on DVD at JB Hifi.