Day 6 - Favorite movie/movie scene relating to food
Lady and the Tramp, 1995
It’s an animated movie but this never fails to come to mind. That Tramp is a romantic. <3
When Harry Met Sally, 1989
Sally demonstrates for Harry how easy it is to persuasively fake an orgasm—by doing so between bites of her lunch. That’s where you’ll hear the classic punchline, “I’ll have what she’s having”. Embarrassment painted all over Harry’s face, hilarious.
I watched Iron Man 2 today with my classmates from culinary school. I was the only girl in the group - the other ladies couldn’t make it. But nevertheless, I had an amazing time with the guys, never a dull moment and always full of laughs.
The movie was awesome. I absolutely enjoyed it a lot. I want to watch it again but this time in 3D!
Just got home from watching New Moon. No surprises for me though because I already know what to expect after reading the saga. But the werewolves made me watch! Jacob Black is the man! The Quileute tribe is super hot. Edward is just blah. He’s too dark and miserable for my taste.
I was finally able to watch This Is It with siblings and cousins this afternoon (and got cute miniature posters). It was amazing. It was great to watch him rehearse for his final concert and actually seeing him live his last days on earth. It was fun watching him do his famous hip thrusts, crotch grab, twirls, and skittering ankle twists moves over and over again.
I got so inspired after seeing the movie. At age 50, he outdoes his backup dancers who look physically fit and appear to be only half his age. I had so many chills throughout the movie. I’m a huge sucker for his songs. He was a great loss. He is such a powerhouse, an amazing performer and he continues to live and inspire people through his songs.
(500) Days of Summer has been making off with the box-office loot since its limited debut two weeks ago. To kick off Friday’s nationwide release, Zooey Deschanel andJoseph Gordon-Levitt are giving away a separate short film, a music video about a bank heist in which the teller’s heart is stolen along with the cash.
The video, directed by (500) Days filmmaker Marc Webb, premieres today exclusively at life.usatoday.com before moving to other TV and Internet outlets.