cartoonishly

cartoonishly

(kɑːˈtuːnɪʃlɪ)
adv
in a cartoonish manner
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Cooper's previous film, the gangster drama Black Mass , was unspeakably turgid; Hostiles isn't exactly light on its feet -- but the bombast seems to fit better here, just because everyone is so cartoonishly traumatised.
Cartoonishly self-interested Cabinet members and senior advisers were drawn from the corporate elite Trump derided on the campaign trail.
The Punisher has had a surprisingly difficult live-action journey to the screen, disastrously portrayed by Dolph Lundgren in a 1989 movie, lukewarmly performed by Thomas Jane in a 2004 film and cartoonishly depicted by Ray Stevenson in 2008's 'The Punisher: War Zone.
By: Mahmoud Oraby CAIRO -- 6 August 2017: With his "gnarly" dance moves and cartoonishly large suit, Morrissey, The Smiths' front singer stresses the fact that art and entertainment should deal with the issues we're facing in our lives, as he sings: "Burn down the disco Hang the blessed DJ Because the music that they constantly play It says nothing to me about my life Hang the blessed DJ" - Panic -- the Smiths Even if you never heard a song by the Smiths you probably know them from this scene from the movie 500 Days of Summer; And in case you didn't see that movie either, the Smiths are a rock band from the 80s that had many great hits and a huge influence over the Rock and Roll scene as we know it today; According to Nerve.
Olympia competition; the cartoonishly large Rich Piana, an internet-famous hate magnet coming to grips with decades of steroid abuse; and Calum von Moger, an Australian 20-something who has the genes to be the next Arnold but not the discipline.
Alfonzo's dialogue often seems cartoonishly disturbed and generic rather than charismatic and persuasive.
Without Sutherland as agent Jack Bauer, and without ace supporting characters like Jack's trusty backup, Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub), "24" is just another predictable and sometimes preposterous action-thriller featuring an array of cartoonishly stereotyped Middle Eastern bad guys.
In the left foreground was a wooden sunbathing deck, essentially the prototype for the show's centerpiece twin sculptures: large pallet-like structures, each propped on four cartoonishly oversize concrete feet (both Untitled, 2016).
Modest, high necklines do not make allowances for large busts, tenting cartoonishly anywhere north of a B cup.
His hooves are specialised for walking on rafted vegetation; they are cartoonishly long and splayed.
But the overall effect of this first in a two-volume series is a feeling of ugliness; Sattoufs art may be cartoonishly clean and expertly rendered, but the world he describes is a confusing, disturbing one.
With his patented spiky peroxide blonde hair and signature sneer, there's no mistaking punk pop legend Billy Idol - who's still cartoonishly cool at the advanced age of 59.