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  • The Thomas Jane version gave a sympathetic character, one who came across as intelligent as well as capable, and able to outplan the bad guys in a Count of Monte Cristo way, arranging things so that they turn on each other.

    How NOT to do a Superhero Movie: The Punisher (x 3)

  • Her fame had once been based on her beauty, but during these last twenty years she had become known, revered, and feared for the power of her mind: her ability to outwit, outplan, and outmaneuver the enemies of Troy.

    Shield of Thunder

  • "It is up to us ... you and I have the opportunity and awesome responsibility to compose and to play the next movement of America's symphony of freedom and justice; to forge a nation and community where more good people outplan and outmobilize less good people; where more people fight for justice than those who fight to maintain an unjust status quo."

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