The brainchild of artist Diane DiMassa--who dreamed up the short-fused vigilante in 1991 as a therapeutic means to channel her unresolved anger--Hothead became an underground (s)hero for legions of lesbians and feminists throughout the '90s thanks to her over-the-top
satirical humor that poked violent fun at the patriarchy.
NEW YORK -- As cable providers beef up their PC video offerings, satellite and telco operators increasingly see over-the-top
broadband video delivery as a viable option to shore up their own weaknesses.
There's a femme fatale (Connie Nielsen, always a welcome screen presence), a drunken clown (Oliver Platt, over-the-top
as usual, but pretty funny in spots), plenty of on-screen vomit, the ironic inclusion of Alvin and the Chipmunks and lots and lots of snow in a Midwest winter that is anything but a wonderland.
Hiaasen's trademark over-the-top
humor and satire, along with his concern for safeguarding Florida's wildlife, come through clearly and will entertain readers.
I also realized that gay society is creating many of the over-the-top
images of male beauty in movies and advertisements that foster this growing problem.
Aggressive marketing of double- and triple-play options, coupled with troubles for over-the-top
VoIP providers, have given cable MSOs the upper-hand in the broadband telephony market, "said Douglas Williams, Broadband Analyst at JupiterResearch.
It manages to tug your heart without ever becoming saccharine and quicken your pulse without stooping to cheap thrills and over-the-top
There's some sex, a lot of language, many over-the-top
characters, and a feisty, smart, and beautiful heroine.
Rudnick intricately crosscuts between the life of Ludwig (a bravely over-the-top
performance by Peter Frechette) and the fictional story of James Avery (the ever-adorable Sean Dugan), a small-town Texan who grew up in the 1930s.
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Unpleasantly wearying as that quickly gets, surviving to the third act just means getting battered by the kind of over-the-top
, ballistic mayhem usually associated with a Joel Silver action movie.
But no show's costumes were more out there than the giddily over-the-top
spectacles on display in Boy George's Taboo.