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  • adv. In a kitschy way.


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  • Consider the marketing materials of the most prominent gun manufacturer, the kitschily named Wunder-Bar.

    Italian Sodas? Tutto Bene!

  • But only two of these poses— kitschily titled A New Wrinkle and Golden Dreams for the calendar—survive from that day.

    All The Available Light

  • A kitschily vivid excerpt from 1908's The Life of Christ in which Jesus moves soulfully through the stations of the cross while actors in colorized clothes emote in the background with the stylized gestures and expressions that dominated during the silent era.

    The House Next Door

  • Nella Pizzeria Napoletana, a bright, kitschily appointed Lincoln Park room featuring its own blue-tiled, volcanic rock oven.

    Chicago Reader

  • Also included are four archival promos (the stunts, the FX, the music, and a general one) and pair of kitschily fascinating teaser trailers.


  • But there was no denying it; he was amazingly, unexpectedly, kitschily cute.

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  • Set in kitschily-realized late 1960s Quebec suburbia, director Philippe Falardeau's adaptation of two linked novels by Bruno Hebert is a very deft mix of family dysfunction, preadolescent maladjustment (or maybe budding sociopathy), and anarchic comedy.

    San Francisco Bay Guardian: Top Stories


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