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Grant is remarkable as British MP Jeremy Thorpe, who is arrested on charges of trying to have his ex-lover, a man (played by Ben Whishaw), murdered by some bumbling thugs.
In all of these instances, these women are able to take the offensive roles thrust open them by the likes of a well-meaning but bumbling Sam and recreate the parts for themselves.
The new division of family labor is hard on Bob — their daughter, Violet (Sarah Vowell), has boy problems, for starters — but his Mr. Mom bumbling predictably gives way to heroic fatherhood.
The chief perpetrator is boss Mr. Hart, played by a slimy and bumbling Scott Danielson.
Barry is just your average guy trying to making it in Hollywood, bumbling along in love and life while occasionally killing some people.
Avenatti has been all over cable news lately, doing everything in his power to make Trump and his personal attorney Michael Cohen look like bumbling idiots.
Italy, meanwhile, has bumbled along; as Capital Economics’ Chairman Roger Bootle points out, every other country in the region except Italy has become more competitive against Germany since 2011.
The worst introductions are bumbling at best, while the best ones are the beginnings of beautiful friendships.
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- No more could he afford to be the silly little novice that had bumbled about the Abbey …
- —Brian Jacques, Redwall
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