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Peppered with wordplay, startling visualimagery, and near misses by the two lovers, the film has only one flaw, according to critics, namely that all the fancy footwork verges on becoming too self-conscious.
The explosive tension of the epigram serves to focus consciousness, while the opennness of poeticimagery serves to dilate consciousness.
And, of course, there is the obligatory religiousimagery--the final frames present a classic Pietà, with Patricia Arquette (whose character is named Mary) cradling Cage, the man of sorrows, in her arms.
Examine again your day-dreams and mentalimagery.
Oh, Shut Up: John McLaughlin urged the president to augment his racial dialogue with discussion of black racism, jury nullification, hate crimes perpetrated against white people by black people, and violentimagery in rap songs.
The centrality of the inner-city motorway, which includes Hopetoun Road and Bridge, lies behind the 2000 CD, 'Hopetown', and is just one of the examples of creativeimagery that Dave employs in his fine songwriting.
The New York Times ' Janet Maslin, on the other hand, says the "audaciously beautifulimagery, captivating symmetries and brilliantly facile tricks" redeem the film.
Some praise director Guillermo Del Toro for manipulating Gothic conventions and sprinkling the film with Catholicimagery and allusions to classic films.
Good Shepherd And then a step back, recusitating of Christianimagery, good shepherd, though walking through the valley of the shadow of death (the shadow, not the death) what could we be hoping for from the son of god.
The S490U is a powerful portable projector that outputs 2600 ansi lumens of crisp, clearimagery using SVGA resolution.
Here we have the philosophical generality of the French and Germans with the stoical stance of the Spanish and the more colorfulimagery of the Russians.
People at work, products or conceptualimagery - it's your pick either in the studio or on location!
Virtually all the culturalimagery pertaining to Westchester dates from the 1950s, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit era, and is now out of date.
Its development has been inspired by the film and video artists, computer game developers and design professionals who use it daily to create engaging digitalimagery, animation and visual effects.
We produced a distinctiveimagery style, utilising beautiful soft gradients of colour and creating brands with strong emotional impact.
Robert utilizes storytelling, drama, puppetry, music and electronicimagery into his presentations, engaging children of all ages and learning styles.
His barbiturate-bombed brain had begun gagging on the explosiveimagery of a civilisation of hustlers.
An understated palette of just one colour - Resene Hi-Glo tinted to Sea Fog - has sharpened the exteriorimagery of this building projecting a modern and clean image for Telecom.
For ancient or legendary kings such as Fergus — who was said to have been related to the Pharaohs of Egypt — fashionableimagery of the time helped to create the finished figures.
Fincher ( Seven , 1995; The Game , 1997) is out to bombard you with so much feverishimagery that you have no choice but to succumb to the movie's reeling, punch-drunk worldview.
The Park Service's pictures of a totally gutted White House have become a kind of forbiddenimagery, evidence of something that none of us seems to want to remember happened, because it seems to snap--by our own hand--a rare link to glory.
Peter Kingsley, Microsoft Consumer Marketing Manager, says, "I am very pleased with the funimagery of the advertisements and the fact that McCann-Erickson was able to complete the series in an extremely short time frame".
The interplay between local experience and globalimagery moves in two directions however.
Glossyimagery and lip service are not enough to earn their loyalty, respect or custom.
Drawing on evidence from oral tradition and early European graphicimagery, her research also pointed to levels of complex technology that are presently lost.
Traditional designs abound, including marine themes, Minoan designs, and Classical Greekimagery.
Guidedimagery and powerful breathing techniques improve physical, mental and emotional health.
His running, red-haired riot grrrl stands for openness, crazed optimism, and a belief in endless possibilities--all of them underlined by multiple angles, split screens, slow and fast motion, and blizzards of hyperbolicimagery.
Therefore, the hypnotherapist should offer hypnoticimagery that is based on the patient's interests and abilities.
Duchamp worked for more than 12 years on the "Large Glass," devising pet names for its idiosyncraticimagery and writing detailed, incomprehensible notes.
I am delighted that Ruth Flanders has tried to show the interestingimagery underlying French and German idioms [Foreign Treasures, XXII,1,21].
Now that "White House leak" has taken on a whole new meaning, presidential liquidimagery has caught on: the NYT notes in its lead headline that Sen. Orrin Hatch said that President Clinton should "pour his heart out" to the American people about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
(In spite of symphony auditions of barefoot, screened musicians, church hymnals laced with maternalimagery for God, commencement addresses to “Women and men of Yale,” affirmative action and the resulting tokenism, few feminists think the cause won.
(Mathematicalimagery, such as a tetrahedron for applied mathematics and a matrix for biology, is useful even in trying to visualize the landscapes of biology and mathematics.)
It has a stricter rhyme, more naiveimagery and a minor chord or two.
Poems rely on narrativeimagery to evoke feelings, while epigrams focus on contradictions to provoke thought.
With its outwardimagery, Gillette is trying to evoke a midcentury aesthetic of progress identified with military might, brute force, and speed.
Days before overheadimagery confirmed the location of the hunting camp, Clarke had returned from a visit to the UAE, where he had been working on counterterrorism cooperation and following up on a May 1998 UAE agreement to buy F-16 aircraft from the United States.
Kerr and Fogelberg also evoke and provoke the emotions, eliciting a direct response in the viewer through the sounds and patternedimagery, inspired by the structures of sound and music that together construct an individual reality in the viewer's psyche.
Through an obsessive focus on the techniques of graphic production, he turned popularimagery into a high form of art and an exploration of the limits of visual perception.
One comes away from the exhibit with a sense of the power of rawimagery that one may not have felt since the grade-school days of reading illicit comics when one was supposed to be learning the dates of battle sequences through history.
Says Deirdre Donahue ( USA Today ): "You end up wanting to quickly kill off Hannibal Lecter yourself, just to stanch the flow of foul language, repellentimagery and bloodshed."
Q seems to think that the issue of what is or is not offensive can be resolved by appealing to analogies in culture and history: "medieval Catholic art, for example, is chockablock with sexual and scatologicalimagery."
This professional audience for difficult "texts" created the demand that Pynchon first filled with V. and Gravity's Rainbow , the semiotic monoliths whose mix of scientificimagery, Cold War absurdity, and Joycean allusion provided a kind of full-employment program for a generation of rising postdocs.
This is a little tired compared to the subtleimagery in 'Calculations', ending "May you never recover / from the lightness of my touch".