Phrases with «ian»

Ian or Iain is a name of Scottish Gaelic origin, ultimately derived from Hebrew Yohanan and corresponding to English John. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)

Sentences with «ian» (usage examples):

  • With his latest offering he takes the ockham's razor to the summer blockbuster, carving out the superfluous - a story, characterization, et al, while distilling the necessary and tweaking his Bay - ian formula - an aesthetic evident and evolving throughout his canon to a maximum to produce the purest testimony of an evident cinematic apocalypse. (
  • ian mckellen, mckellen, mckellen playing the part, joe stephenson, documentary, actors, acting, theatre, X men, lord of the rings, gandalf, magneto, shakespeare on film, shakespeare (
  • As she interacts with Farrell inside her cozy living room, her lips twitch as if she's struggling to process the algorithm required to speak, lending the movie an appropriate «Stepford Wives» - ian vibe in the moment. (
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