Rather, it's a wham-bang
of 57 playlets that last from a few seconds to a couple of minutes.
As an adult, he swapped his allegiances to Rudy Wiebe, a Canadian Mennonite author, with such wham-bang
observances as the ethics of knowing, encountering Mennonite alterity, representing the First Nations in encounters with totality of knowledge, knowledge of the self (people) and the space (the prairie), where the north is in the alterity of space, the dissolution of the self, knowledge while being in the north, and space and the limits of self- knowledge.
pedigree: Steven Soderbergh, Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, a Cannes slot
Ex-marine Hardy is pumped-up and angry, stomping into each fight with the intention of getting it over very quickly with a wham-bang
It's a wham-bang
evening with seven fights of three rounds that each last three minutes.
Never a man noted for his restraint, when it comes to big wham-bang
TV events anyway, Russell T Davies has pulled out all the stops with this new series of his sexy sci-fi drama.
From then on the film becomes a wham-bang
chase movie with the pair arriving in a futuristic Los Angeles with the police and the controllers of the secret underworld all on their tail.
Then move to something dramatic, like Alley's Feast of Ashes, finishing with a wham-bang
, exemplified by the pop appeal of Arpino's signature rock ballet Trinity.
Chicago White Sox general manager Ken Williams, in the span of a few hours Tuesday, added two potentially potent bats to his lineup, but also tempted the chemistry gods with his wham-bang
acquisitions of second baseman Roberto Alomar from the New York Mets and outfielder Carl Everett from the Texas Rangers.
The use of a stock, wham-bang
If you feel you couldn't possibly ruin a friend's or family member's wedding with the in-church speech, don't forget that you can still offer a wham-bang
of a toast at the reception.
But the 24-carat, wham-bang
, ding-dong discovery was David O'Hara, as the morose, stubborn and stubbly sidekick DS Gerry Rankine, the most original, off-the-beat crime buster since Kojak.
12-minute action prologue both clears the palette of residual series expectations and sets the table for the kind of excitement that's amply in store.
An undemanding slice of wham-bang
action from director Joel Schumacher.
After all the big-budget wham-bang
blockbusters - that fail to leave any sort of lasting impression - it's sheer joy to sit through a movie that involves its audience.