VIII of France, "the Affable
" (1470–1498) Affable Records Affable
savages, a book by Francis Huxley
; 30 June 1470 – 7 April
1498), was King of France
from 1483 to his death
in 1498. He succeeded
at the Berklee College
of Music, and founder
of Affable Publishing
grew up in El Centro, California. By the age...
- stated, "John Candy
the funniest thing
Berserk, an affably stupid comedy
with too much plot and that hasn't nearly...
that you want to cringe". Nathan Rabin
of the AV Club called
mediocre, and "a limp variation
on a ****y old teen-film trope". The film...
- one could
have imagined possible overlaying ruthless careerism
with an affably vacant
grunge/Eastern veneer". Although praising
- William Bibbiani
of the TheWrap praised
Hart's "confidently laid-back and affable
lead performance," and wrote, "Perhaps a little
to be memorable...
from writer-director-star Heather Graham
is still occasionally affably
diverting." On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score
- (1995), with Stephen Holden
of The New York Times remarking
that his "affably mopey performance finds
just the right balance between obnoxious
of 4.90/10. The site's consensus
states: "It's sweet, gentle, and affably
modest, but Chasing Mavericks
is ultimately pulled under
by an unconvincing...