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This final composition (unfinished) was beset by thick scoring and unmemorable content; a sombre dreary affair gallantly tackled by the young performers.
As for the more traditional bacon, cheddar, avocado wrap, it was pretty unmemorable.
The courses are clumsily designed, the races are repetitive, and the characters are unmemorable.
The musical score, by the usually reliable Danny Elfman ("The Nightmare Before Christmas"), is unmemorable, and the voice work could have been done by just about anyone.
Like a music album with a mix of songs, some of the stories resonate, while some are simply flat and unmemorable.
Theological purists "may prefer credible content in unmemorable style to untrustworthy content in memorable style;" but Madsen flatly disagrees: "Unmemorable style is untrustworthy.
I was unremarkable and unmemorable, leaving the interviewer to wonder, "Who was that guy?
Despite the multitude of auditions I had been to at that point, the idea of getting up to go try out for something remained a fragile thought, easily pushed aside by the most unmemorable trips of the subconscious.
which was quite amusing, the songs are unmemorable.
With monotonous pacing (not, I think, the fault of conductor Tyrone Paterson), the music is elegant, harmonious and pleasantly unmemorable.
It says a lot about how one grey, unmemorable episode of Give My Head Peace (BBC1, Fri) blends into another but Friday's show was nearly over before I realised it was a repeat.
Indeed, the quotation itself may be quite unmemorable, perhaps trite, until one notes the author.