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  • Some performances in the cast of 14 show promise, but others are wincingly inadequate.
  • Like the wincingly raw Rodney King tape, this is important, life-altering viewing.
  • Brooks is a skilled conjurer of middle-class tableaux, which is served well by his wincingly flat visual instincts.
  • In one scene, Diaz confronts a player in a locker room filled with naked gladiators ( a scene she wincingly recounts ).
  • The scenes are all wincingly familiar : done so many times in so many other movies that they play like an empty ritual.
  • The acting ranges from wincingly broad ( Rebhorn ) to on-the-right-wavelength witty ( LeGros and Tierney ) to wacko ( Walken ).
  • The ratings trends also validate what's already wincingly obvious : The cult of personality is the driving force of these shows, with hot winds of promotion rushing in the wake.
  • The murder victim, for example, is Dr . Black in England, Herr Kludo in Switzerland, Senor Lemon in Spain and, wincingly, Mr . Boddy in the United States.
  • In an example of the film's wincingly bad dialogue, the sheriff says, " Meet the Wardens, " pointing to two extremely bloody sheets not entirely covering the corpses.
  • Those who love, hate or wincingly tolerate von Trier might assume that the eccentric Danish director is just out to punish his self-martyring heroine and, by extension, his audience again.
  • It can now be rented out for weddings and barbecues, and also runs trips with wincingly yuppie titles such the'Wine and Mushroom'special, which runs Nov . 12 this year.
  • Dole sounded wincingly insincere when he told a group of Republican delegates last year, " I'm willing to be another Ronald Reagan, if that's what you want ."
  • With its familiar pieces in place, the old action series rattles along on the same jokey, often wincingly banal camaraderie between the detectives Riggs ( Mel Gibson ) and Murtaugh ( Danny Glover ).
  • Or whether it's the backlash Kerry suffered over his wincingly ill-advised comment about Mary Cheney's sexuality, which allowed the vice president and his wife to play the home-and-hearth card.
  • Jeff Corbett of " The Newcastle Herald " defended " have a nice day " despite his characterization of the phrase as " wincingly American and so patently false in its sing-song delivery " by cashiers.
  • In the marginally enjoyable but wincingly shallow and eminently forgettable comedy " Joe Somebody, " Tim Allen plays a mild-mannered Minneapolis Everyman who's so bland he blends right into the woodwork of the vast pharmaceutical company where he toils.
  • Some of us _ including yours truly, I must wincingly confess _ were even convinced that that chilly November afternoon in 1993, when Will Clark became a Ranger and replaced Palmeiro at first base, was a red-letter day for the franchise.
  • Assisting in Junuh's redemption is Bagger, an unshaven black man in a battered hat who appears out of nowhere to dispense down-home folk wisdom that is meant to apply, it is made wincingly clear, to much more than golf.
  • Although Reynolds cheerfully describes the major Hollywood studios as " war criminals, " he makes his living in the film business and wincingly endures Los Angeles, where his wife, Charlotte Reynolds, is the assistant West Coast editor of The New Yorker.
  • It's for a book title; a novel set in the 18th century, and filled with wonders and phantasmagoria-it was initially called Phantasmagoriana, but this was decided against by editors etc . It'll be one of those two part titles-the wincingly good word, then the more descriptive part afterwards.
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