current top 4: some of my asian faves
i’m not sure what i'm looking for anymore
i just know that i’m harder to console
i don't see who i’m trying to be instead of me
but the key is a question of control
can you say what you're trying to play anyway
i just pay while you're breaking all the rules
all the signs that i find have been underlined
devils thrive on the drive that is fueled
all this running around, well it's getting me down
– We’ll let them steam.
– It’s complicated.
– We’re hosting them.
– Hosting? Our customers?
– No, the beans.
– The beans?
– They came all this way, from the fields.
this is dedication to a craft. and to food. because when the world is crumbling around us, for various horrible reasons, what else do we have but food and ourselves? it feels so right, especially in 2020, to dedicate more of our time and energy to the origins…
I can't agree with everyone who thinks this is a portrayal of love. For me, it's more a portrayal of the basic human need to feel loved. I really wanted to love it so much, but I just couldn't and ended up only barely liking it. Something was off and I don't know exactly what. It's beautifully shot and pretty darn well acted. But in the end, this film isn't a romantic tale of two people who meet and fall…
Guys. I don't know. Is this getting so much praise because it's got J-Law drinking heaps of alcohol and acting funny or because Bradley Cooper's curls are out of this world amazing? I really can't tell. Either way, the film is a great piece of work if you think about the technical aspects (except it's about 40 minutes too long!), with brilliant acting to boot from everyone involved. But the plot is old and presented in a way that is a little confusing, to be frank.