Monthly Archives: September 2003
\ih-NOK-yoo-uhs\, adjective: 1. Harmless; producing no ill effect. 2. Not likely to offend or provoke; as, “an innocuous remark.” Although the average action film is innocuous, some are genuinely terrible.
\puh-RAM-byuh-layt\, intransitive verb: To walk about; to roam; to stroll; as, “he perambulated in the park.” transitive verb: 1. To walk through or over. 2. To travel over for the purpose of surveying or inspecting. The policeman was perambulating along … Continue reading
This week’s Monday Mission.
\en MASS; on MASS\, adverb: All together; as a whole. We fled en masse when Godzilla destroyed our town.
\soo-puhr-SIL-ee-uhs\, adjective: Disdainfully arrogant; haughty. Why do so many vampires in movies these days come across as supercilious? Well, if you were immortal, immensely strong, and as good-looking as movie vamps usually are, you’d be stuck up too!
I’ve updated my Movies Reviews section with some new flicks. Check it out!