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emotionalism

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  • n  emotional nature or quality

  • Scornful of the emotionalism and accident in abstract expressionism, op artists know where they stand.
  • Arousing the worst facets of American emotionalism is another.
  • At times, the show has the over-the-top rock emotionalism of the 1980s musical Chess another great score scuttled by a problematic book.
News & Articles

  • 'Frozen': EW movie review
    Frozen is a squarely enchanting fairy tale that shows you how the definition of what's fresh in animation can shift. With the full-throttle emotionalism of its Broadway-style musical numbers and its two spunky-princess heroines, the movie is a throwback to the Disney cartoons of the pre-Pixar era.
    Nov. 27, 2013 - Entertainment Weekly
Quotes

  • Todd Russell in 940 News
    It would have a negative impact but I don't think it would be a fatal blow,Russell said of a European ban. "I urge the European Union not to make decisions out of pure emotionalism."
  • Bill Condon in Whittier Daily News
    There's something about the material's flat-out emotionalism that appeals to people across the board,Condon says. "And you know ...... the costumes aren't too shabby, either."
  • John Rockwell in New York Times
    Their voices have a plaintive allure full of light vibrato and husky emotionalism, and they blend together exquisitely in harmonies,John Rockwell wrote in The New York Times.

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