With the moldiest
of expectations, I started reading, and before I knew it, I was totally engrossed.
Angela Vidal Jennifer Carpenter Scott Percival Steve Harris Jake Jay Hernandez George Fletcher Johnathon Schaech Danny Wilensky Columbus Short James McCreedy Andrew Fiscella Yuri Rade Sherbedgia Lawrence Greg Germann Bernard Bernard White Sadie Dania Ramirez Predicated on the idea that whiplash pans, inconstant focusing and other faux cinema verite embellishments can refresh even the moldiest
of zombie-movie tropes, "Quarantine" is a modestly inventive, sporadically exciting thriller that nonetheless proves too faithful to its central conceit for its own good.
THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY, perhaps more than any other, has made an art form out of using technology to the fullest--and the longest--squeezing every last drop of life out of even the moldiest
hardware and software before finally succumbing to the inevitable upgrade.
When Mary Lee remarked that a book about war "may not, perhaps, be written by a man" who "sees only one small corner of the army," she was working to overturn one of the moldiest
assumptions of the war literature: that "first-hand" accounts of the scene of battle written by men constitute the only "authentic" writing on war.
"Miracle" abounds in sports-pic conventions, but even the moldiest
cliches seem, if not newly minted, then at least freshly refurbished.