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of imposing height

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Finally, earrings are big, bags are small and shoes are toweringly high.
Audiences are just as thrilled because - 26 years after the late, great comedian died of a heart attackin front of a live TV audience on stage at Her Majesty's Theatre in London - Tommy remains toweringly popular.
It's a life custom-made for screen melodrama, and, focusing on the pain and torment, director Olivier Dahan certainly makes the most of it, the film driven by a toweringly magnificent Oscar-worthy performance by Marion Cotillard who wholly inhabits Piaf from the age of 16 on, brilliantly capturing her mannerisms, voice, egotism and physical appearance.
Garcia the guardian angel was on hand again to hit one of the shots of the tournament, a toweringly precise iron to within 20 feet, a considerable feat in the circumstances.
Forget the narrow scoreline, courtesy of the toweringly impressive John Hartson's 46th minute goal.
But the dominant figure, even when missing from half the movie, is Orson Welles' toweringly amoral Harry Lime, arguably the wayward genius' most compelling screen creation.
Graeme Allan comes toweringly to his task as the major who is violently opposed to the production, in which Helen Dyke, Leasa Clarke, Katie Edwards and Amy Leadbeter are prominently involved.
Lyrically filmed by Chris Menges whose camera peers into the soul of landscape and characters alike, and toweringly acted by Jones and Pepper, it's veined with grim, almost absurdist humour, bitter anger and profound tenderness as it plays out a parable of awakening and forgiveness.
Already garlanded with awards and with a toweringly good Staunton tipped as a Best Actress Oscar nominee, the film preaches no moral agenda in regard to abortion.