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  • Kevin Spacey's creepy, deadeyed gentility fits the nouveau riche antiques dealer Williams like a velvet glove; Jack Thompson seems born to play the heartily charming attorney Sonny Seiler, and Cusack has the right mix of irony and intelligence to play the authorial stand-in (who has been given a lame, unnecessary romantic involvement with Alison Eastwood's colorless Mandy).

    Southern Discomfort

  • Eight paces, seven, and she was laughing at something her deadeyed husband-to-be was saying.

    Sir Apropos of Nothing

  • These days, the internet has endless footage of feckless, deadeyed youths trying to do the 'Buckie challenge' (down a whole bottle) in a matter of seconds - along with tales of Buckfastfuelled street violence.

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