Martin's novels, however, do not have a simplistic worldview, according to the producers.
It's a tantalizing, timely premise, but the film is simplistic and repetitive.
You write about this stuff a lot, so am I being too simplistic?
I think shallow, simplistic, or narrow racial views undermine the larger cultural success that we want to have as a country.
Today, the story is more complex than the simplistic slogans of gun-rights advocates.
In reality, Miral cannot be categorized in simplistic terms like "pro-Palestinian" or "anti-Israel."
We cannot resort to simplistic or extreme solutions which substitute myths for common sense.
I urge Congress to continue on this steady path and resist the simplistic solutions that have been proposed as alternatives.
The Discourse typifies Sheridan's simplistic interpretation and the evangelistic ardor with which he addressed his audiences.
No, not along this line of one-dimensional, linear, simplistic form of determinism.
"simple, plain, not compound," 1844, from simple (adj.) + -istic. From 1867 as "over-simple, trying to explain too much by a single principle." Also (1860) "of or pertaining to simples" (herbs used in healing, medicine of one ingredient only; the notion being that each herb possesses a particular virtue, thus a "simple" remedy), from simplist "one who studies simples" (1590s; see simple (adj.)) + -ic.