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Variety praises the movie's visuals as "a coruscating explosion of pop-culture eye candy" with "entrancingly cool" creature cameos.
The jury cited it 'for its infectious, propulsive energy, its highly convincing cast of characters and very effective ensemble acting, its breathtaking, nearly epic sweep of the underside of Manila, its expert application of the resources of cinema to depict a teenager's drive to rise above poverty and violence, its cogent melding of contemporary rap and traditional oral literature, and its sheer humanity and coruscating poetry.'
It could be many things: a densely layered biblical allegory replete with plagues, a Messiah and cannibalistic communion; a coruscating study of the egotistical male psyche; a hallucinogenic portrait of the impact of the creative process on artist and muse; a home invasion thriller; a homage to author Ira Levin's works including Rosemary's Baby and A Kiss Before Dying.
Sporting a white blazer and a coruscating golden trophy on the table, he looked happier than ever.
From 1972 to '74, he fabricated a trio of startling, hard-rocking albums: "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars," "Aladdin Sane" and "Diamond Dogs." While only the latter became a major Stateside hit, this trilogy, with coruscating tracks "Five Years," "Moonage Daydream," "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide," "The Jean Genie," "Panic in Detroit," "Diamond Dogs" and "Rebel Rebel," offered a new vision of pleasure, pan-sexuality and fear on the brink of Apocalypse.
Coxon's guitar is outstanding throughout, one minute brutal and coruscating, the next gentle and warming, and there's no one whose voice complements his playing quite like Albarn's.
denounced both Sobran and Pat Buchanan in a 40,000-word essay titled "In Search of Anti-Semitism." With this coruscating piece, Buckley effectively wrote the two men out of the mainstream conservative movement, in the same way that he had exiled the John Birch Society three decades earlier.
That's more or less what will transpire when Elements Theatre Company--the resident stage company at the Community of Jesus, an ecumenical monastic outpost on Cape Cod--presents French playwright Yasmina Reza's Tony-winning play God of Carnage, a coruscating comedy of bad manners featuring projectile vomiting, profanity and wanton cellphone destruction.
In Magic Mountain, in which white skin is excised in rectangular blocks to bring a coruscating flare of retro-sunset hues into view, or The Comet, in which a dense black is scraped away to uncover a substratum of neon yellow and fiery red, Dault foregrounds the path of her hand through and across the pigment.
What we like is sports, even soccer, / but what does Greg O'Keeffe of 'The Liverpool / Echo' mean when he describes forward Landon // Donovan's 'coruscating pace down the flanks'?..." The Biscuit Joint proves that poetry can be gripping as well as reflective and memorable; highly recommended.
The opening exchanges of an Ashes series usually produce high drama - be it Slater's coruscating first-ball boundary in 1994, Harmison's booming wide in 2006, the brutal thunderbolt which bloodied Ricky Ponting in 2005 or that hat-trick by Siddle three years ago.