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brattish

[′brad·ish]
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JOSH Duhamel is excellent as brattish Hollywood star Tad Hamilton, who tries to tidy up his wild image by dating the ``girl next door'' after a competition among fans.
Although Nick is a central character in the film, his brattish behaviour precludes our identifying with him as the `young hero'.
Someone should really introduce the filmmakers to the real world, where it is possible to find a middle ground between hating children and adoring all forms of brattish behavior.
No vignette of his brattish youth is as haunting as Solway's description of him toward the end, doing his stretching exercises on the floor with an IV attached to his arm, or almost at the very end, summoning up from somewhere the strength to take a solo bow unassisted at the premiere of his second (and last) ballet, Empyrean Dances.
This latest piece of brattish behaviour comes after Bieber's security cleared an entire room at a bash at dFm House on Friday so the singer could play piano to a few pals.
Before all of the jiggery-pokery with a pumpkin, four mice and a goose, Ella (Lily James) is consigned to the kitchen by her vindictive stepmother Lady Tremaine (Cate Blanchett) and brattish stepsisters, Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drizella (Sophie McShera).
We agonise whether a slap on a brattish child's legs will scar it mentally for life, while ignoring the plight of an elder brother or sister realising their coming out will cause parental anger.
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As portrayed on the big screen, Greg is deeply selfish, so we struggle to muster any sympathy for the brattish protagonist as his tower of little white lies collapses around him.
The three-times Wimbledon champion enters court wearing a Tim Howard Everton strip, and entertains the Calderstones crowd with a familiar repertoire of flamboyant shots and brattish complaints.
The two eldest Pevensie children have sensibly jumped ship, leaving the story to focus on siblings Lucy (Georgie Henley) and Edmund (Skandar Keynes), Plus, the welcome addition of their brattish cousin Eustace Scrubb.
The book became an instant best-seller, Warner Bros are now adapting it for the screen and a year later, Wendy followed that success with Bad Heir Day which turned the Holden humour on pushy parents and their brattish children.