shallow 浅はかな

March 25, 2015 =========
☆ shallow 浅はかな
When you describe someone or something as “shallow” you are saying that you disapprove of them because they do not show or involve any serious or careful thought. For example:
I think he is shallow and untrustworthy.
The TV news these days is always so shallow, I don’t it anymore.
There was a movie in 2001, and the English title was “Shallow Hal”, and Hal was a man who was very superficial (shallow) and only dated beautiful skinny women. Do you know any other words to use instead of “shallow”? “Superficial” and “one dimensional” are the most commonly used ones.