Did you perchance mean pantomime?
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“Mark Strong was as always a very convincing villian, there was an opportunity to make it into a "pantomine" role, but his form kept the villain to a high sinister calibre.”
“A striking part of the pantomine is the apparently fierce stinging the robber undergoes, especially on certain parts of his body. [”
“And please remember that every time a child is seriously abused - or killed - we go through the same pantomine.”
“It's a fantastic pantomine and we don't have to leave home to enjoy it.”
“As a result gangland bosses are little more than hardened pantomine villains, and the young gang members on which the series dwells, are reduced to caricatures who spout nonsensical slang gleamed from across the Atlantic.”
“I'm going to watch a Christmas pantomine, in which there will no doubt be lots of fat women.”
“We all knew what the basic problem was and worked around it, with a combination of pantomine and constant pausing at unfamiliar words, coupled with a lot of pointing at objects and the routine invocation of the proper names for everything that was pointed to.”
“I was disappointed in the Ullmann piece, I thought that pantomine behind the scrim was never going to end.”
“I'm arriving a bit late to the party, but it's worth pointing out that Basil Rathbone makes a deliciously pantomine (but still convincing) Richard III - not in Shakespeare, mind, but rather in the 1939, Boris Karloff co-starrer, 'Tower of London'.”
“Quotes like that above, while designed to draw a line under things, just add to the general pantomine.”
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