262 examples of Abrupt in a sentence
When a critical mass has been obtained, there's an
acceleration in recruitment.
So now, this is an
About 55 million years ago, there was a really
warming event, and what happened was a whole bunch of carbon dioxide was released into earth's atmosphere, and it caused a rapid and pretty extreme global warming event.
So when we do this for this particular place at this time, if we look what happened before this
warming event, the rivers kind of carved their way down from the mountains to the sea, and they looked maybe similar to what I showed you in the Amazon River basin.
worldwide change would have been major asteroid impacts or volcanic super-eruptions.
The play is an odd sort of tragedy, lacking either the
brutality or all-consuming romance that characterize Shakespeare’s other work in the genre.
I'd go to Central Park and see the rolling topography of Central Park come up against the
and sheer topography of midtown Manhattan.
The cuts were
and disruptive, the scenes seemed somehow slapped together and the storytelling did not always make sense right away (even leaving out the supernatural parts) - the actors were really good but could not really save the movie somehow.
This drama drags on to an
and flat finale.
Editing is just a butcher job; Everything is tossed together in the most
manner possible, nothing flows or transitions in any sense of the word.
This explanation of their abrupt, abrasive dispositions is unsatisfactorily extraneous and merely serves to highlight the complicated ends the films unwavering supporters will go to to defend their positions regarding a film unfortunately short on sense.
There were a lot of loose ends and the ending was extremely poor and
The sets in this film, in addition, are fairly nonexistent, and the denouement is
Also you have: cheap sets, bad acting and some of the worst music arrangements in the history of the moving picture, overpowering, cheap,
Written, directed, shot, scored and edited with an appalling lack of flair and finesse by the singularly talentless Rick Sloane (who later disgraced celluloid some more with the absolutely atrocious "Hobgoblins"), this horrendously ham-fisted attempt at a slasher spoof strikes out something rotten in every conceivable way: the excruciatingly lethargic pacing, the painfully static, grainy cinematography (there's a stinky surplus of drab master shots featured throughout), an annoyingly droning and redundant hum'n'shiver synthesizer score, the flat (non)direction, a tediously talky and uneventful script, the groan-inducing sophomoric sense of lowbrow humor, the bloodless murder set pieces, a pitifully unscary killer (he's just some wrinkled-up old guy in pasty make-up), the uniformly obnoxious and unappealing characters, a dissatisfyingly
ending, and lifeless performances from a noticeably uninspired cast all ensure that watching this schlocky swill is about as fun and rewarding as eating rancid raw eels drenched with sour vinegar.
Barely an attempt at plot development, awful acting, silly effects, clichés, and an
As such, the
finale is maddening, and the overall results tepid.
I wouldn't even say it faded away, because it seemed quite
This movie even shares the same twist and
genre change where the creepy, violent boyfriend suddenly shows up in the end and things end up quite badly.
It circuited the underground scene after a while so copies were available but as seen on other reviews, some copies were
cut at the end.
It all ends in a slam-bang climax, typical of 1940s Universal horror, a little abrupt, with footage borrowed from "The Ghost of Frankenstein" (1942).
The film never falters from its preconceived path, and very fine acting nearly saves it, but I'm not sure where Benton was steering the film in the final act, and the closing scene is awfully
The ending is rather
and I suppose is left mostly to your imagination, but then again it doesn't out-stay its welcome either.
The show ended in such an
way and left it's fans speechless and wondering why it was taken off the air.
The story often lags and the ending is somewhat
and seemed anti-climactic at the time, but in retrospect I appreciate it more for its originality.
may argue that the ending was
and again one would be right.but,as
(The closing screen crawl boasts that it's based on actual events...just like "Plan 9!") Some may feel burned by the
finale, but it should still appeal to conspiracy cranks.
There are some
cuts of peasants firing their rifles, one Mexican officer is shot, Shaw and Landau celebrating, and that's it.
The transitions between scenes are VERY
and its like someone just put a ton of clips into a movie without even thinking about how to transition them.
The narrative doesn't move but proceeds at a snail's pace in an
series of jerks.