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“He does need to sharpen his focus, not worry so much about his success with Rachel McAdams-type gals, and keep a step ahead of the self-parodying right wing.”
“We will do anything to get attention these days, and usually that means being self-parodying and ridiculous for the sole purpose of standing out and capturing an audience.”
“That sentence couldn't be more self-parodying if it were written for the Onion.”
“He makes a big, self-parodying Italian-American shrug and says, "Well, I'm an actor!”
“And to the sweetly theatrical lighting of the interior scenes in "Le Havre"—the cinematographer was Timo Salminen—not to mention, though I will, the name of Marcel's wife Arletty, as in the star of Carné's "Children of Paradise", or the presence of such veteran French actors as Jean-Pierre Darroussin, who plays a slightly self-parodying police inspector, and, ever so briefly, Jean-Pierre Léaud, the star of countless films by François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard.”
“Even as the comic-book writers tried to move away from that self-parodying characterization, they couldn't leave Robin's sense of humor behind.”
“Even a self-parodying guest appearance by Andy Warhol cannot shake any value into the proceedings.”
“That's not to say that self-parodying Blaxploitation films did not exist, but the overwhelming majority of the films within the genre during its prime were not meant to be viewed as jokes.”
“Kilborn, with "his frat-boy good looks and self-parodying smirk," was an "appropriately arrogant comedy pitchman for the show.”
“The missions and objectives were never clearly defined, and the self-parodying "search for WMD" in Iraq (lampooned by the president himself at a subsequent press dinner) was a willy-nilly adventure in comic relief -- to wit, Donald Rumsfeld's classic remark that "we know where they are: they're in the area around Tikrit and Baghdad and east, west, south, and north somewhat.”
Looking for tweets for self-parodying.