blackhearted

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'She was hanging about me all day, and night too, when I was stretched on my back; and you, like a blackhearted wolf as you are, kept yourself aloof,' said Sikes.
We have in our country, she jibed, millions of bigots, racists, xenophobes and haters - people who are so blackhearted that they are, as she put it, "irredeemable."
De Beer's work acknowledges a debt to Hollywood's blackhearted subgenre, but its darkness is more gradated than its model's, and is driven by more oblique motivations.
The Punisher C5 10PM Thomas Jane as Marvel's blackhearted comic book hero Frank Castle - judge, jury and executioner after his family's wiped out by Florida Mob boss John Travolta.
The recent snow and frost merely added to the story's theme about a young, innocent girl who tries to save her brother from a blackhearted ice-villain - who aims to turn the earth into an endlessly snowy tundra.
Making his MO debut, American baritone Todd Thomas delivered a remarkably nuanced performance as the blackhearted Count, walking a razor's edge between villainy and pathos.
Hermann Walzer Armin Rohde Franz Berger Uwe Ochsenknecht Mark Walzer Arne Lenk Sophie Halberstadt Lisa Maria Potthoff Fabian Hinrichs Alexander Halberstadt Katrin Walzer Sandra Borgmann Andy Walzer Josef Heynert Providing the darkest of humor, more guns than a Peckinpah movie and a full-frontal assault on Teutonic machismo, Dominique Deruddere's blackhearted comedy "The Wedding Party" ends up a bit broad for the arthouse and a bit arty for the mainstream.
Originally blackhearted Ambrose was to have an American or German accent, but Dougray managed to persuade the writer and director to let him use his own Fife accent.
When a utility or an oil company attempts to buy votes, and when politicians accede to their intentions, the message isn't just that the corporations are blackhearted vote buyers it's that the system encourages them to do it.
THE NAME OF THE ROSE bbC1 11.50PM (Wales 12.20am; Not NI) Medieval monk Sean Connery investigates murder in a blackhearted mystery.
The performance features a young Peter Glossop as the guileless, innocent Billy Budd, Michael Langdon as the blackhearted master-at-arms, John Claggart, and Peter Pears as the damned-if-you-do-dainned-if-you-don't Captain Vere.