South Whitney Meat Lover's pizza with green peppers, originally uploaded by Coyoty.
From South Whitney Pizza Restaurant in Hartford, CT.
I really liked the hamburger on this pizza. It tasted like good quality pan-fried hamburger, almost like chopped steak. I don't remember hamburger standing out like this on a pizza before.
The movie itself was pretty good, but I'm not sure it's to many Americans' tastes. The humor is in the delivery of the dialog, as well as the antics of the characters, and there's one character, Farmer Bean's son, I think, that reminds me of Aardman Animation's Angry Kid. A lot of it is commentary on human nature as expressed through animals trying to act human but falling back on their own natures, as well as humans falling back on their natures. At one point, everyone stops to contemplate Nature's nature, and how they've lost touch with it by living in a human world. The ending wasn't really an ending; it was more like a punch line that the fight for survival continues. I haven't read the book yet, so I don't know how this compares to it.
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