Inevitably, he's been given the less interesting of the two roles and does his best with it, hitting the requisite notes of sarcasm, brutality and integrity.
The appraisal shows sufficient equity to bring payments current, escrow several months into the future and handle taxes and insurance as well as all the substantial requisite fees for the lender.
After 1982, anyone who wanted to operate a radio station had to fill out the requisite forms, buy the necessary equipment, and start broadcasting on a given FM frequency.
Charlie's Angels is a film that never takes the requisite conventions and demands of traditional narrative film-making too much to heart.
Scott trained at the Welsh College of Music and Drama, and suffered the requisite years of unemployment before breaking through.
However, only a few of the dozen-strong cast have the requisite style to make the parody trenchant instead of merely silly.
At the end of some of the early numbers, there was a sticky few seconds of silence before the requisite applause began.
The rub is that I don't feel the requisite sensations, and never have, in the presence of the paintings themselves.
A man condemned in his own day for his sexual practices and lascivious writings, after his death he was crowned patron saint of the Surrealists, but was also requisite bedside reading for many a serial killer.
Henry, after the requisite period of lying deathly pale in bed and mopping his face on the sheets, recovers.