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the movie's villain was a just a clichéd axe-wielding nutcase with a maniacal laugh
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Pribyl, as a sadistic ex-military officer who furiously beats his servant and heaps abuse on a doddering older relative (Kipp Moorman), all with a maniacal glee and a glint in his eye that’s already gone around the bend toward crazy.
Blind maniacal rage followed by cool, cleanly deportment?
Hampton Grease Band was being the weird band, pushing the envelope, just doing maniacal stuff.
The go-to move for the 30-year-old is to widen her eyes and grin with the same maniacal glint as Annie Lennox, a primary influence.
A recent Washington Post profile detailed the almost maniacal approach Fultz takes to practice.
Loyalty Day seemed to symbolize the defining neurosis of Trump’s presidency: his maniacal need for loyalty above all else.
But the glint wore off starting around the fallout from a War of the Worlds press tour, which exposed his occasional maniacal behavior and devotion to Scientology.
Having Lynch on the field as a maniacal pass rusher will help remedy things for new defensive coordinator Robert Saleh.
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