super-slick

super-slick

adj
very well-executed or presented
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2The Bourne Identity (12A) ***MATT DAMON is very impressive as a superspy who has lost his memory in this super-slick flick that out-Bonds Bond.
Leeds were hoping for a third successive home win over their arch rivals but they were embarrassed by super-slick United that left Wilkinson a dejected figure.
Oh, and putting on two super-slick performances, at the BRITs and his own London gig.
Super-slick drama starring Clive Owen in one of his first films to make a splash before he headed for the bright lights of Hollywood.
Years of planning have gone into this game, which plays like a super-slick Hollywood movie with a great plot and fantastic-looking cut-scenes.
In the masterclass mould of Jacko and Prince before him, Justin's Futuresex/ Loveshow tour is a super-slick blend of music, inch-perfect choreography, lasers and projections.
But super-slick Beckham left the ceremony without a trophy.
In the opposite corner are Scotland's hugely promising all-rounder Gavin Hamilton, tasty left-arm slinger Ryan Sidebottom and super-slick Chris Silverwood.
But bookies made Alan Johnson 2-1 favourite after a super-slick start to his campaign.
From opening song Love At First Sight to the end of a 1hr 45min set in four acts, this was a super-slick, high-energy tour de force, never missing a note and with a genuine warmth for the crowd.
MAD MEN Launched by Sopranos writer Matthew Weiner and set in the world of 60s advertising, this super-slick drama starred Jon Hamm and January Jones.
As the weather starts to get temperamental and roads get super-slick, now is the time to make sure your car is ready to handle the holiday driving crunch.