“But never mind: Relax, let go and enjoy London's drollest and silliest play since the NT's (even better) "One Man, Two Guvnors" (just transferred to the Adelphi Theatre).”
“She's the drollest comic working today and her deadpan style makes the comic documentary "Paper Heart," premiering in dramatic competition at the Sundance Film Festival, a fresh, irreverent road comedy.”
“Roy Edroso at alicublog offers the drollest, darkest follow-up: "Fox News announced it would refer henceforth to such suicides as 'homicide suicides,' to let viewers know that they were actually attacks on American self-esteem.”
“That woodwind-rich music from "The Trouble With Harry" is one of the drollest tone poems ever written.”
“The capital itself he considered “the drollest place in Christian lands.””
“Milan — is, without any exception, the drollest exhibition I ever beheld in my life.”
“He had a little Norval dress, I remember: the drollest little Norval.”
“She indicated each personage, and sustained the character capitally, making full use of the talent of mimicry she had inherited with her Italian blood; she had no mercy on her soft voice or her lovely face, and when she had to represent some old crone in her dotage, or a stupid burgomaster, she made the drollest grimaces, screwing up her eyes, wrinkling up her nose, lisping, squeaking ....”
“The newspapers bear-hugged him: “immense success,” “drollest humor.””
“Off to the suburbs we go, camouflaged in a minivan driven by Mr. Brooks, at his drollest in tour-guide mode.”
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