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the stage sets were designed rather unimaginatively
- On the way out the door, he rather unimaginatively called his department chairman "a boring ass.
- While Errico sings gloriously if unimaginatively, she is an unconvincing Cockney whose linguistic foibles wobble from syllable to syllable, quite a handicap in a show about the .
- Bon Jovi was already an established part of the rock landscape by the time of their fourth album, unimaginatively named after the group's home state.
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Nelson Mandela’s story will be brought to the big screen this prestige pic season in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, with a little help from director Justin Chadwick and star Idris Elba. But Mandela’s wife Winnie will get her own time in the spotlight next month with the unimaginatively titled Winnie Mandela. Directed by Darrell Roodt, [...]
Aug. 7, 2013 - /Film