Not everyone will get this movie. But things change when Callie, a beautiful college drop-out, shows up as a new waitress and steals Victor's heart. Written by An overweight cook who lives with and works for his mother, develops a crush on a young waitress who comes to work for their diner. Weighty, seldom used literally, refers to something heavy with importance, often concerned with public affairs, which may require deliberation and careful judgment: a weighty matter, problem.
However, this one was pragmatic and elegant. It's just the two of them, a waitress named Delores, and a heavy drinking regular, Leo. Having said that, it's a work of beauty. Heavy industry recorded from 1932. For example: With a one syllable word such as 'hot', you would say: my plate is hotter than yours Two syllable word such as expensive, you would say: this book is more expensive than the other. Excellent cinematography, a haunting original score by Thurston Moore, and a story that's so fresh simply because of it's ordinary nature.
The simple pulse of this movie beats and builds slowly, and doesn't sweep you away, but leaves you to contemplate life in someone else's shoes. However with a two syllable word ending in 'y', such as heavier, there is an exception to this rule: my car is heavier than yours I am happier than her. I was disappointed to find that James Mangold has since gone on to write and direct some movies, which are quite overblown. But Victor is too shy to do anything about it, and too self-consciously overweight to dream of winning Callie away from her demanding boyfriend, Jeff.
While we undervalue the nicely-balanced weight of broadsides which have lately been brought forward with all the grave precision of Cocker, we are well aware of the decided advantages of heavy metal. A simple story line, with minimal drama, dealing with a situation that could happen to anyone, except that it happens with someone who is unable to express himself. Victor's terrible loneliness overwhelms him when he has to face losing what he loves the most. Maybe someone else can clarify this too! We need more films like this.
. Momentous emphasizes the idea of great and usually serious consequences: a momentous occasion, statement. However, what do you say when you're 30, overweight, have never gone anywhere, never kissed a girl, and rarely speak more than three words a day? I think it depends on how many syllables the word has. Heavy suggests the carrying of a figurative burden: words heavy with menace. .
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