The Good Oil Espresso Bar felt like coming home. Their homemade treats inspired three visits in three days and I can’t say enough good things about them.
The conjunctive positives of this beautifully made, strongly themed and well scored movie definitely make it a must see for everyone. It will challenge you, inspire you and make you feel something special. And really isn’t that all you want in a movie?
Sex, drugs and plenty of money. Scorsese and DiCaprio push all the buttons in this ongoing party of a film that gives you a snapshot of how living it big really can be awesome. But maybe cost more than money can buy.
My admission is that I love Tina Fey. Oh, and I cried during this film. Watching Admission may further confuse you about the ongoing nepotism in the American college system. Or it may remind you how brilliant Tina Fey is.
“To see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, draw closer,to find each other and to feel. That is the purpose of life.”
Here was a book that was simply written yet had great character complexities and just got straight into the story without any fussing about. And now they’d made it into a movie…
Not only one of the most spectacular party games on the Wii U, but an excellent excuse to buy yourself a cat onesie. As if excuses were necessary.
I wanted to conceptualise this album with dishes of food as most people aren’t that acquainted with dub, yet everyone can enjoy a meal that leaves you in awe of its taste. So let’s start eating…
Can enough ever really be said about any film, ever?
If you want to see love in action, this film delivers by the Opera load.
One aspect of an instrumental album that I anticipate is the way that the music alone has to capture you. Nothing else. You as an artist don’t have the ability to substitute lyrics and vocal hooks for instrumentation that isn’t engaging.
Lady Gaga’s long awaited follow up to 2011’s Born This Way has been unleashed upon the world, and much to the delight of ‘Lil Monsters’ everywhere, ARTPOP is in keeping with Gaga’s direction. And that direction is weird. Very weird.