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  • adj. comparative form of banal: more banal

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Examples

  • SHERLOCK HOLMES ($28.98 Warner Bros.) -- London looks like a theme park ride more than a city bristling with danger, the mystery is banal, the villain even banaler (ok, sorry about that one), and Guy Ritchie's film is filled with Holmes making one daring leap after another when of course what Holmes is really known for is one daring leap of logic after another.

    DVDs: Sherlock Holmes-Apalooza!

  • SHERLOCK HOLMES ($28.98l Warner Bros.) -- London looks like a theme park ride more than a city bristling with danger, the mystery is banal, the villain even banaler

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