Donning a dog collar as the holy man from hell, Williams gallops through his usual repertoire of imitations, accents, non sequiturs
and wild gesticulations.
The plan consists, in the main, of generalities, good wishes and non sequiturs
The movie displays a plot-light structure, abrupt mood swings, frisky non sequiturs
and, above all, a restless young protagonist brought to life by a first-time performer.
Clearly not someone to do anything by halves, Prenant herself (who looks considerably younger than her 47 years) plays both roles in the framing device of two dissimilar ditzes, rebellious Myope and contented Lunettes, who bounce around a Paris apartment declaiming non sequiturs
on everything from sex and politics to the world in general.
The court acknowledged that there were massive differences in sentencing when the victim was white or black, but concluded, in one of the grandest non sequiturs
of recent jurisprudence, that there was nothing discriminatory in this.
Pinter's comic vision of paranoia and isolation is reinforced by his use of dialogue, including frequent pauses, disjointed conversations, and non sequiturs
In it he satirized, by way of outrageous puns and uproarious non sequiturs
, almost every aspect of contemporary society.
JOE Hedley (Views of the North, March 16) surely sets a new record for non sequiturs
and logical fallacies.
My Name is Dee is either a groundbreaking piece of science fiction with a unique language, style, and thought process, or it's a rambling Babel of confusing non sequiturs
and seemingly random episodes.
Every week a swathe of non sequiturs
, inadvertent malapropisms and mixed metaphors are spouted by football pundits.
Her most ostensibly expressive canvases can also be read as linguistic propositions, or speech acts, since they invariably include aphoristic phrases like "Kissing the canvas" or "Desire is war"; quotations, like Guy Debord's "Seeking the death that is life"; or seeming non sequiturs
, like "20 minutes" and "Allein
He also deals in visual non sequiturs
, visionary Cinema-Scope cinematography, and an approach to directing actors that seems to involve encouraging them to mumble like stoners or scream like wild animals.
British playwright who was noted for his absurdity and humor achieved chiefly by cunning manipulation of phrasing and by frequent use of double entendres and, especially, of non sequiturs
The result was Novel on Yellow Paper (1936), a spirited, amusing, and rather bizarre monologue in a style full of digressions and non sequiturs
that many likened to Gertrude Stein ' s.