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  • He's estranged from his family, a born loser at the racetrack.
  • It also is hampered by the central figure, a born loser.
  • Burke's Peerage in London thinks Bob Dole is a born loser.
  • But other legislators grumble that any $ 1 coin is a born loser.
  • And he's a born loser who never gives up.
  • So the fact is, he's a born loser _ she left him, but he still loves her.
  • Nicholson, as ever, is brilliant in the role of a born loser who refuses to accept his lot.
  • "The TSR was a sure thing on paper, a born loser in fact, " said Rusk historian John Templeton.
  • Chirac felt betrayed, and for months plodded away with his campaign while political satirists depicted him a born loser obsessed with jealousy.
  • "Feeling Minnesota " _ Keanu Reeves plays a born loser who makes time with his brother's unwilling bride ( Cameron Diaz ).
  • "Jimmy Hollywood "-- Joe Pesci tries to storm the movie racket in this Barry Levinson film about a born loser and his desperate bid for attention.
  • A born loser who is drafted into the United States Army, Hummel immediately encounters difficulties with both his sergeants and fellow recruits, none of whom trust him.
  • Unfortunately for Weld, the fight was so one-sided that he ended up looking more like a born loser who doesn't know how to choose his battles than a two-fisted political brawler who bows to no tyrant.
  • Perhaps " imbecile " is too strong, so we'll couch it a bit by stealing from another language : The Schlimazel's Hall of Fame _ a schlimazel being a born loser to whom all things go badly.
  • "Trees Lounge " _ Steve Buscemi, last seen in " Fargo, " writes and directs this tale of a born loser ( played by Buscemi ) whose life seems an endless cycle of boozing, driving an ice-cream truck and getting involved with the wrong women.
  • No doubt, Nolte's towering-yet-downtrodden portrayal of a born loser in " Affliction " is the performance of his life, and the academy is likely to honor his veteran status ( and make up for his not winning for 1991's " Prince of Tides " ).
  • Marlowe finds Terry, who admits to killing Sylvia, reveals that he is having an affair with Eileen and gloats that Marlowe fell for his manipulations because Marlowe is " a born loser . " Marlowe responds with " Yeah, I even lost my cat, " shoots and kills Terry, then walks away, passing Eileen, who is on her way to meeting Terry.