86 examples of Acclaim in a sentence
I'm talking about this definition, to greet or
enthusiastically, which is how I think our words will be received if we stand on these four things.
As he earned
for his fiction, Baldwin gathered his thoughts on race, class, culture and exile in his 1955 extended essay, "Notes of a Native Son."
These chaotic canvases won rapid
In 1555, this procedure didn’t warrant much
Before hitting international
with The Silence of the Lambs, director Jonathan Demme cut his teeth making quirky comedies.
it got I was expecting more from a Korean horror if it's going to be viewed in the same caliber as A Tale of Two Sisters, as some other reviews have stated.
Some people may remember Ms. Russell from films such as "Black Widow", which had some appeal and critical
Apretentious load of rubbish, but the sort of film that certain Italianpseudo-intellectuals whom it was my misfortune to have known in the dim and distant past would have loved it, and unfortunately Italy has no monopoly on these, they can be found everywhere and probably
this as a great masterpiece.
Despite gaining positive reviews and much critical acclaim, 'Squad!' only lasted for six episodes before being cancelled.
The film is considered one of Shahrukh Khan's best performances and won him
from critics and audiences alike.
When Mrs. Lovett goes from having the "worst pies in London" to a booming business with high acclaim, we aren't talking "Soylent Green," - but the ingredients are similar.
Featuring excellent location (reminiscent sometimes of Fellini, sometimes of the Taviani brothers), good characterisation and some of the finest genre actors (including the great Tomas Milian and Ida Lupino in an unforgettable role), this is NOT euro-trash, just a masterpiece that should be discovered generation after generation (It recently recieved great
at the Paris Cinematheque at a double-feature tribute to Lucio Fulci)
Everything seemed to click; a first-rate new Doctor and companion, big audiences ( 10 million for the first episode and Christmas special ), major awards, critical
and those idiots who spent years giggling at the Daleks' seeming inability to negotiate stairs were well and truly silenced.
Call me old fashioned but I prefer movies like this to garbage like Die Hard 4 which hold up the box office and get critical
just because you have some old guy saving America.
This isn't a movie that's going for the big-time critical
Humor, drama, action, love...it's got it all and deserves far more
(much like 'The Great Waldo Pepper').
I can remember all the
Dustin Hoffmann got back in the 80's for his portrayal of autism in the film 'Rain Man' - quite frankly (in my opinion of course!)Steven
The original The Man Who Knew Too Much brought Alfred Hitchcock
for the first time outside of the United Kingdom.
Of course part of the reason for the
was that folks marveled how Hitchcock on such a skimpy budget as compared to lavish Hollywood products was able to provide so much on the screen.
Poor Sally Kellerman, a quirky actress of great
in the '70s, is reduced here to a paltry supporting role, and Barrymore's leading man George Newbern is the worst type of sitcom actor, always pausing for a laugh after every line.
This is the sort of film that would have played in the drive ins across America thirty years ago to mixed
From the critical acclaim, I expected more from this movie and from Tamara Jenkins.
He is arriving to great
as his novel that parallels an infamous trial is a best seller.
Off the top of my head I can only think of AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN and BLACK HAWK DOWN getting a lot of critical
This film was the most confusing, senseless, mindless dribble I have seen in awhile...Especially considering the critical acclaim, the Oscar nods, and the cast.
on the DVD cover of the version I borrowed, this film was a disappointment.
yeah cheap shot i know, but this movie is a great example of how a collection of signifiers of 'deepness' (political turmoil, love/lust) can be combined haphazardly to great critical
(see also 'american beauty').
It's not quite the timeless masterpiece you would hope it would be based on the
it garnered, but 1969's "Midnight Cowboy" is still a powerhouse showcase for two young actors just bursting into view at the time.
I found this film by mistake many years ago & wondered then (still do) why it didn't get the
it should have.
after reading other peoples reviews and analysis I'm not surprised it has such
and touched so many because it does leave an impression.