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Scott Keys for the Manatee Players' "Kiss of the Spider Woman." Keys switched gears admirably from ensemble prison numbers to Aurora's Hollywoodish moves.
Hollywoodish techniques to present those stories," says Noel Holston, a TV and radio columnist for Minneapolis' Star Tribune.
And I guess that is resolved at the end -- it's a bit Hollywoodish, that, almost marrying the waitress, but all the fear and all the aggression is replaced by some kind of love.
With one hand underneath her arms, the other under her thighs, he lifted her up in the finest style of a Hollywoodish "wedding night." Then suddenly, he decided to take revenge on Alippi for having smiled at him.
One British critic felt that Tunisian Victory was too "Hollywoodish" to be a great combat documentary.
Mona Lisa Overdrive, Gibson's previous solo effort, is set in the Hollywoodish world of Sense/Net, focuses on the manipulation of young stars by various financial concerns, and is shot through with the thematization of commercial sellout.
But the picture of multiple bands of saboteurs running around the country struck many as Hollywoodish and brought into question the vague story of the band of four nabbed in the act.
Schnabel's Hollywoodish message of "give peace a chance" is not only naive but quite distasteful given the complexity of the subject.