It's cheesy; it's comforting; it's delicious; and frankly, what's not to like about a cheeseburger. Americans love their comfort food, so of course there has to be a national cheeseburger day. Every year, National Cheeseburger day is celebrated on 18 September.
As is tradition, restaurants and cafés across the US are giving out free burgers to satisfy one's craving for a crispy patty sandwiched between layers of molten cheese held together by two soft, warm buns.
All of us can admit that there have been many times when our stomach has rumbled at the thought of immersing our face in a burger while watching a movie.
Those who have gone ahead and given in to those feelings will tell you that the experience is made better when you watch a burger in a movie whilst you eat your burger in real life.
If you want to live a meta life, we give you a list of movies in which Hollywood actors want a cheeseburger. And nothing more.
Because there have been many times all of us have said, "I would like to buy a hamburger." We can't help but feel sad for Inspector Clouseau (Steve Martin) who struggles to to say it.
Cloudy with a chance of Meat Balls
That moment when burgers fly from the sky. You can feel happiness at the prospect of it biting into it.
Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle
The movie is about two men and their search for White Castle's burger. If you are a burger maniac, you must have empathised with them as they encountered strange experiences that kept them away from eating their burger.
Quentin Tarantino embarks on a mission to educate his audiences about burgers in "Pulp Fiction." A hamburger by another name is a Royale with cheese in Paris, a quarter pounder in America but a Big-Mac is always a Big-Mac.
The first thing that Tony Stark (Robert Downey Junior) wanted to do after he was freed from captivity is eat a cheeseburger. We get him.