57 examples of Absurdly in a sentence
I guess the thing I haven't said about this is, it is
Great creativity is astonishingly, absurdly, rationally, irrationally powerful.
naive for two reasons.
Not that there was anything wonderful about the original story, an
complicated piece of nonsense.
One of the crewmen goes out and has an
idiotic existential conversation with the bomb that made no sense whatsoever.
Franco is the ideal man to shoot a similar film, as he could freely insert as much sleaze, kitschy scenery and
grotesque plot twists as he wanted to.
While the plot hinges on a fairly decent idea, the writing is profoundly lame and two of the three main teens are
The background scenery in "Casablanca" is
Tragic, while at the same time,
Jimmy Dean could not have been more hammy or
I have seen many a horror flick in my time, all of them
bad, but none reach the depths that this piece of trash lowers itself to.
First of all, this movie is
But here the chap deserves being the victim of such gangsters because he is not only naive, he is
We begin with a simple family living a quiet life but end up with an array of
interesting characters with depth in their lives that cannot be apparent from their introduction.
His speeches are
virtuous cliché, which belie his mendacious appearance in a very unconvincing way.
The narrative convention of the reporter and protagonist is also
However, to me and most normal people this does not a good movie make...it makes for a very boring and pointless movie whose only redeeming value is that it is so
done that you can make fun of it.
And I would normally have given this movie an 8 on its own merits, but for being so
original, I gave it an extra point.
Adapted by no less than Ring Lardner Jr. from a hit Broadway play, it may have had resonance at the time, if audiences were willing to overlook pedestrian direction,
melodramatic music, and Homeier's undisciplined histrionics (reprising his stage role, he's sort of a Nazi Dennis the Menace).
The female characters are either weak (the woman who won't let go of the boyfriend who shot and killed her, then continues to hunt and hurt her after she's dead) or
strong (the character that refers to men needing to grow a pair, prove their manliness by killing, etc).
usually, if a movie is really really awful...as bad as "ax 'em" (2002) per say, then i find something redeeming about the fact that it is
lacking any quality that might suggest an iota of professionalism.
I'm going to be subjected to
quirky characters engaged in improbable activities in jumpy black and white", and if I even watch at all, I find myself watching my watch more than the screen.
After two days of insisting, absurdly, that President Barack Obama “founded” the Islamic State, he finally tried to play the whole thing off as mere sarcasm.
When asked why they failed to include this facility in their declaration of nuclear programs, North Korean officials responded cheerfully – and
– that it had been built from scratch only after the collapse of the nuclear negotiations in 2008.
At the core of the Greek crisis are structural problems: a dysfunctional public administration, oligopolistic product markets, ludicrous regulatory burdens, bureaucratic red tape, and an
slow judicial system.
Leung staked his reputation on being able to tame Hong Kong’s
inflated property market, and has failed miserably.
The technicality the commission cited would be
funny if its potential results were not so incendiary: the CEC objected to the fact that the Tymoshenko bloc candidates listed only their home towns on the party list, not their precise street address.
That time, hairdressers objected to the film “Billu Barber,” arguing (absurdly) that the term “barber” is an insult to their profession.
In part this is accomplished by explicitly reducing entitlements and raising retirement age from