- n. Plural form of pratfall.
“What's lacking amid the over-acting, shoddy special effects and pratfalls is imagination.”
“Otherwise, Obama has successfully avoided the kind of pratfalls that loom large on TV and crystallize perceptions.”
“How can he embody so many graphic idioms, from four-panel pratfalls to grisly realism, and have them cohere into such an effective and singular style?”
“No pratfalls – even when his character was stoned he played it straight.”
“The style of delivery might have moved on from his pratfalls and plaintive songs, but the tradition of the little man or woman taking on a hostile world and winning has not died but gloriously evolved.”
“In 1992 he had played a retired burglar in a film thriller, Double X, which sank almost without trace, but, more tellingly, the following year he was the subject of a South Bank Show in which he explained the secrets of pratfalls, backward tumbles and stair-falls.”
“Why do people still find humor in crotch gags and pratfalls?”
“In the thousands of videos I've introduced over the past ten years, I've seen the mirror image of the C-SPANtastic budget "debate" played out countless times with thought-challenged bravado leading to wince inducing pratfalls.”
“You can only do so many pratfalls before turning into Jerry Lewis.”
“To keep the attention of young readers, Hergé crammed his stories with conflict and sight gags, with explosions and pratfalls and jets and cars and rampaging animals.”
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