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Where there’s smoke, there is probably fire: Like many female movers-and-shakers, Gonzalez Fletcher thought Filner was rude, crude and thoroughly unlikable.
Kilkenny: The choice of Anne Hathaway as the heist's target seems brilliantly plotted; Hathaway's always done a fantastic job in deliberately unlikable roles, including Rachel Getting Married and this year's Colossal.
Otherwise, there's little appeal to this romantic comedy’s protagonist, a man so unlikable the movie opens with an M.P.A.A.-style warning for the character’s sexism, homophobia and machismo.
Ferrante's characters are often angry, unlikable, contradictory, mean.
Ten Little Indians-meets-Unusual Suspects for the nü-metal crowd, David Ayer's whodunnit is chockfull of aggressive, unlikable people behaving at their absolute worst.
Coward called all these characters unlikable, but Bodnar’s direction gives the main characters attractive qualities.
But too often, ambitious women are seen as off-putting, unlikable, and undesirable.
Maybe the rise of the White Walker is kind of like the end of Breaking Bad: an immensely destructive greater evil shows up to give even the show’s most immoral and unlikable characters something to fight against and possibly earn redemption.
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