Walk Hard – funny. I fell asleep when we watched the Johnny Cash story. But I could definitely see the parody of Ray.
Juno – James says it's a chick flick. I liked it. In fact, if we had it tonight, I'd watch it again. As much as I wanted to be, I was never the kind of teenager whose dialogue was biting, witty, or sounded like it was written by an adult. You know, the kind of teenager in My So Called Life, Dawson's Creek (the first season – that's all I could watch before they got rid of the WB on Saipan), and Juno. What kind of teenage dialogue did I spit? I mastered the use of whatever, dude, shut up, man, and a myriad of cuss words that would make sailors weep.
There Will Be Blood – Good movie. I started the movie with no information other than the title. It was interesting
The Taste of India is my new favorite restaurant on island. Up until now it was Ben Kay at the Nikko. But now that the Nikko is no more, I am not sure if Ben Kay is either. I have never been disappointed at The Taste of India. The layers of flavors in the food are amazing, it is always fast, and the staff is always friendly.
On a similar note...James and I took our two-year daughter and our seven-year old niece to eat Coco's the other night. They are oddly kid-friendly. The staff was so friendly to us, even with my stinky, dirty, grimy, been-at-the-Flame-Tree-Festival-all-day self and two young, tired girls. They gave the girls their juice in fun plastic mugs and served their dinners on kid-friendly sectional plastic plates. But there was no kid's menu. I'm sorry, but most kids aren't interested in tenderloin steaks or fish prepared French style. They shared a hamburger steak. They really just ate the egg and rice.