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With this film, Clooney (who enjoys a self-satisfying scene telling off a Nazi) has erected a stiff monument, a worthy if undramatic tribute to those it's based on.
Here are some undramatic (well, mostly undramatic) apps and websites that make sure you stay true to yourself.
Prior to opening, there was much Internet chatter about the undramatic nature of the title.
DIRECTED by Peter Webber (The Girl With a Pearl Earring), this is a good-looking but rather undramatic post-nuclear study of US attempts to root out the surviving "war criminals" associated with the still-living Emperor Hirohito (1901-1989).
THE EMPEROR (12A) DIRECTED by Peter Webber (The Girl With a Pearl Earring), this is a good-looking but rather undramatic post-nuclear study of US attempts to root out the surviving "war criminals" associated with the still-living Emperor Hirohito (1901-1989).
His YouTube channel has over 80 videos of what appear to be the same UFO phenomenon, but the videos are rather undramatic and there's no overt attempt to market them or convince the public that we're watching alien craft," said Hansen.
Art world discourse has become unfocused and undramatic, and has fallen into a kind of disarray, and in the minds of many, irrelevant.
Its history, too, is a mystery or, one should say, undramatic, with
And however undramatic the pursuit of peace, that pursuit must go on.
Nick Heidfeld had an undramatic run to 10th and the final point for Renault, ahead of Sergio Perez who drove his Sauber heroically with only one stop and deserved a point for the effort.
In all likelihood, the UK papers have been crying apocalypse for years and I just never noticed, busy as I was with my undramatic life.
Gear changes are very light but positive and the clutch's progression is matched by that of the footbrake with an abundance of power to haul down speed in an undramatic and effortless way.