Thursday, 18 April 2013


I was in California over Christmas and while there we went to a restaurant called Mozza, which is allegedly the best eatery in Orange County.  They do pizzas.  I had an all white pizza.  I am one of those weird people who likes all white pizzas.  Or margheritas with extra cheese.  I'm not bothered about a cheese board, but stick the stuff on some carb, melt it, and dust it with salt?  Hi, here is all of my money.

But my heart will always flutter the most for the dessert menu...

Monday, 8 April 2013


The problem with basing a film around technology is that technology evolves at a very fast pace.  So it might not take long  for your film to look dated.  Wow, that is possibly the most obvious statement I've ever written.  But still, I feel like you need an example.  So here is one.  'You've Got Mail' starring Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks came out in 1998.  (Other films that came out that year are 'Can't Hardly Wait', 'The Big Lebowski' and 'The Faculty', none of which relied so strongly on technology and none of which have dated as much as YGM).

For example...