The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to American that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.
|FunFactor: || |
Restaurant Rush takes us through 80 levels of tasty Match 3/Time management fun in this part of the Burger Rush series of games. Heidi has been recognised as internationally famed burger chef, but she wants to open her own culinary academy. Some snooty chefs think that she can’t hack it, because her one trademark is not haute cuisine. She is ready to show them what she can do in the fields of American, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, and other food styles. With some help from her uncle, the chef who taught her everything, she takes over some his restaurants on Sunshine Coast, and is on her way to proving to the snobs around the globe that she has what it takes to teach a new generation of chefs what they need to know to get the creative juices flowing and the sauces bubbling around the world. She gets all kinds of fun customers, like the Valley Girl, the Opera Singer, the Supergeek, and even the German Body Builder, just to name a few. You might even see a 60s hippie, or, well, who knows? Good food is good food, and these characters know what they like. So for a great mix-up of casual game genres all in one place, you can’t beat Restaurant Rush.
Permanent link to this post
(221 words, 31 images, estimated 53 secs reading time)
An action packed adventure that will have you on the edge of your seat. The American and British Arthur and the Invisibles might have been choppy due to trying to kiddify it but this one is smooth as silk and given to us just the way it was meant to be. Sure there are parallels with other films but aren’t most children’s stories and films? It is a child’s story with lots of grownup actions for the rest of us that watch with our children. Some parts are blatantly stolen from other films and I doubt the original producers, directors and owners mind. I am sure they got as much of a kick out of it as I am sure that you will. This film is the perfect conclusion to the trilogy and I hope that they come back to revisit it some time with even more adventures for us. Read more... (1054 words, 59 images, estimated 4:13 mins reading time)
This film stars John Goodman and Peter O’Toole about a lost or should we say last royal and how he must be made into a king. I know that is some what simplistic but it is the plot of the film, it is in how the film is directed by David S. Ward that really makes it interesting. Who doesn’t want to see an average Joe or themselves become a king. Sounds good until you actually have to do the job.
In this film the entire royal family of England has been killed in a freak accident and Parliament and the royal staff must find a remaining royal heir. If they do not find one then the crown will pass back to the Stuart family and make a very distasteful member of that family King. That is where Ralph comes in, he is a down and out entertainer in Las Vegas. His grandmother had once has a tryst with the Duck of Warren and that is how Ralph becomes related to the royal family. It is there that the film really starts for all of the characters involved as they try to take a set in his ways American and turn them into a King Of England. Read more... (340 words, 2 images, estimated 1:22 mins reading time)