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“I don't always like James' melodic choices namely always going for the glass-shattering note or his complete self-assuredness.”
“Note: As much as I wanted to include the terrible “Jaws 3-D” from 1983, a signature 3D movie for anyone of my generation because of the glass-shattering moment, I covered that (ironically) in my Top 10 Movie Series That Jumped the Shark and therefore decided not to include it here as well.”
“And some say the glass-shattering bad note hit by Simon Le Bon during their Philadelphia performance of "A View to a Kill" was the reason.”
“They were cooperative, but there are some risks to glossing yourself “O,” especially when you have a rep for glass-shattering climaxes.”
“The tiles fell to the floor in a glass-shattering crash.”
“The Valkyrie were rumored to have glass-shattering shrieks, preternatural speed, and no need to eat or drink.”
“Although both films were popular with teenagers, it takes a certain level of maturity and life experience to fully appreciate the sphincter-tightening anguish of seeing your equity chiseled at by glass-shattering, wood-splintering, plumbing-exploding spirits from beyond.”
“Movies like “2 Fast 2 Furious” are all about the bigger picture in every sense: the rocket speed of the cars; the over-the-top stunts; the firepower of the explosions; the glass-shattering decibel level; the uniformly broad strokes in every aspect of the execution; and – last and certainly not least – the size of the box office take.”
“There was a clinking noise as the grenade hit the tile floor and then a glass-shattering explosion as it detonated.”
“You know, because if she didn't do that, we might not realize the glass-shattering voice we hear talking belongs to Victoria Jackson.”
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