junkiness

junkiness

(ˈdʒʌŋkɪnəs)
n
the quality or state of being littered with junk
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Heralded three years ago with a fake trailer in "Grindhouse," then developed into a standalone feature, this slambang B-movie pastiche is wildly uneven as it doggedly strives (sometimes with obvious strain) to sustain a free-wheeling, anything-goes air of exuberant junkiness.
Bahn, deeply critical of Spielberg's film, not only for its general junkiness, but for the way in which it distorts the issues which it claims to address.
Like every adopted foreigner in Britain, Conrad enjoyed the ornate junkiness of British tradition--not just the inspired hokum of maritime lore, in which a landlocked Pole could become submerged, but the endless silly disguises in which compulsively clubbable Britain decked itself.