lunkhead


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Both teams had losing records, so I was surprised when I was notified that I had been named coach of the year - until I realized it was because I was the lunkhead who had volunteered to coach two teams.
Devastating and humiliating as the experience doubtless was for the women who were touched "inappropriately" by the Austrian lunkhead, their bringing it to the public attention five days before an election amounted to political blackmail which, if it had succeeded, would have opened the way to ever more outrageous and untested allegations in advance of every election.
Naturally, things don't work out quite that smoothly, leaving the foursome with half an hour to showtime and increasingly desperate attempts to wangle their way in that range from entering an amateur strip show to attempting to mug a young fan only to find out big lunkhead brother's not amused.
An engagingly eccentric caper with a cast adept at portraying lunkhead losers in an attractive manner.
Alan Keyes: Keyes is seeking to reverse the trend of failed candidates becoming talk-show hosts while proving that being a lunkhead transcends race.
My favourite, though, was her dad who, despite looking like the type of lunkhead who can't see the wood for the trees when it comes to noticing how overindulged his kids were, turned out to be a pretty decent bloke.
So what do we make of Lumet's latest crowd-pleasing courtroom drama, "Find Me Guilty," in which the filmmaker asks us to side with the 20 members of a Mafia crime family and, in particular, main character Giacomo "Jackie Dee" DiNorscio, a lunkhead lunatic serving hard time for loan sharking, fraud, extortion and drug-dealing?
He knows his queer history, and his wry asides about the men who helped forge that history (not to mention his bumbling response to a sexy ethical dilemma brought on by one of his lunkhead lit students) animate these little lessons considerably.
A parody of Taxi Driver's Travis Bickle, he's a brainless lunkhead with a yawning gap between his ambitions and abilities.
Bless him though, it was another crushing blow for the luckless lunkhead.
Logline: Matt LeBlanc's lovable lunkhead, Joey Tribbiani, lands in Los Angeles (and an apartment of an equally unlikely large size) to further his acting career in this ``Friends'' spinoff.
Aside from "great sex", it's hard to see why Tess would be interested in such a dull lunkhead as Finn, played with the usual economy of charisma by McConaughey who uses his stripped chest to divert attention away from his flat delivery.
But that indeed is what it is for anyone who can predict what these two lunkhead lovers are in for.