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DUMB AND DUMBER TO (15) Starring: Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels, Kathleen Turner, Laurie Holden, Rob Riggle, Rachel Melvin, Steve Tom, Don Lake, Patricia French, Bill Murray Directors: Bobby and Peter Farrell Duration: 109 mins THERE'S no shortage of dim-witted and empty-headed characters on the big screen.
Obviously the UK is overrun with what can only be described as extremely poor quality, basically empty-headed, children producing children.
Comically violent, with car chases and fist fights and shoot-outs, this is pure empty-headed entertainment.
Her self-proclaimed name elicits an empty-headed euphoria, inviting one to be silly, crazy and self-absorbed.
I had been told she was an empty-headed doll with more money than sense," Brody later told friends.
It was heart-warming to read about Annemarie's braveness and her ability to act like "a silly empty-headed little girl" and trick the German soldiers.
Sparrow said, "We're not thoughtless empty-headed people who don't have memories anymore.
According to her, women have 'veered off track into a culture of empty-headed narcissism'.
The parties' criminals and empty-headed can save themselves from the police detectors because their quickness in politics is much more sophisticated than any other criminal technology.
Strongly berating the negative trend of bad-mouthing representatives of masses, he said that this negative trend was against the reconciliation policy of government, and said that this negative trend of PML-N, only verified the claim of opponents of Mian Nawaz Sharif that he as empty-headed (imprudent).
It's the empty-headed women queuing up to be used by them.
But for an hour of empty-headed escapism there's nothing better.