In her 1928 hit Diamond Lil, the robust Lil winkingly
alluded to her sexual exploits.
The extra nodes Bell winkingly
paints as a marketing ploy are responsible for our system's scalable bisection bandwidth, something absent in the KSR 1 machine he so ardently favors.
'So, you mean, there are cast members with huge egos?' we winkingly
Many of the stories in Michael Newton's superb "Victorian Fairy Tales" are also deliciously witty, even winkingly
postmodern, since their authors frequently parody, pastiche or otherwise write against the received tradition of the Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault.
In between, returning screenwriter Michael Bacall and co-writers Oren Uziel and Rodney Rothman pick up exactly where "21" left off, with officers Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) heading off to college on a new assignment for their beleaguered deputy chief (Nick Offerman), who winkingly
cautions that things "are always worse the second time."
It's a winkingly
ironic take that has much fun playing with the homoerotic nature of such buddy partnerships, pretty much turning S&H into a bickering married couple with (in yet another of the film's many in jokes) Hutch entertaining their dates by grabbing his guitar and singing David Soul's hit Don't Give Up On Us Baby - to Starsky.
Yet while the artist's practice is frequently read as a sly commentary on cinematic melodrama and illusion--the Buster Keaton Tinseltown facade that, exposing its studs on toppling, neatly collapses both "building" and the suspension of disbelief we ask films to construct--Golden's works, personally resonant spaces fashioned from low-tech materials and using DIY illusion techniques, reside in a nebulous zone, neither winkingly
outside her narratives nor seamlessly immersive.
This sly compendium of haunted-house thriller tropes offered a virtuoso demonstration of film craft, at once winkingly
mischievous and completely sincere as it played the audience like Hitchcock's proverbial piano.
I'll go dancing right after this interview,' it was Robert's turn to winkingly
egged us on: 'I think you should dance right now.'
Untitled (Leonard's Landscape Erased), 1973/1980, is bordered in hot fuchsia, but the rest of the work's surface seems winkingly
to highlight the pentimenti in a composition produced via effacement.
Unfortunately, "Being Julia" has little to do with the specifically Viennese strain of wise and winkingly
cynical romantic comedy perfected by those two masters of the sexual charade and nearly everything to do with the world of pre-war London theater.
Shay beamed when we said, 'Welcome home,' and gamely played along when we reminded her of her Instagram post about current Miss Universe Catriona Gray and said, 'Maybe you could be the Philippines' next Miss Universe?' 'Oh my God, don't say that,' she laughed then winkingly
enthused, 'Catriona ...