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“Fresh from his triumphant “Easy Rider,” Hopper secured studio funding for this ego-driven madhouse.”
“Mr. Assayas's fluid camera, sensitivity to actorly dynamics, and affinity for globalized scenarios flow perfectly, animating a historical cipher as a vain, ego-driven, real-life Bond villain who seduces dark-eyed women and Third World leaders with equal ease — even if most of his operations were bungled jobs.”
“The problem is this: except for the most ego-driven or ego-protected among us, it's an unnatural position for most writers.”
“There's Cheney's ego-driven fear of being viewed as just a stick-swinging dolt, and secondly — and this one he'll never admit to — his fear of the scarlet letters “WC” for “War Criminal” dogging him about for the rest of time.”
“The presentation also derided GOP donors as "ego-driven" and easily swayed by "tchochkes.”
“You guys should have done that when the RNC fundraiser mailer surface which insulted their supporters (can be coerced by fear, gullible) and/or the donors (ego-driven).”
“In any given action or thought, you simply have to make a spirit-guided, rather than ego-driven, choice:”
“In his inimitable ego-driven fashion, Stanley Kubrick then eased out of all active participation the players who had stuck with it for years... assuming the writing, directing, producing credits and most of the financial proceeds for himself.”
“Maybe creatives at ad agencies are too ego-driven to see this.”
“Lantz actually called Spector out -- politely, of course, as it was obvious that both gentlemen respected their differences -- because one of the advice items Spector had offered the primarily-student audience was that the design process shouldn't be ego-driven, and that designers shouldn't try to impose their will on players.”
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