26 examples of Achingly in a sentence
I want my children to be happy, and I love them most
when they are sad.
sentimental yearning for times that never happened.
But the atrocious acting, amateurish cinematography and terrible dubbing make this film
The movie begins almost
slowly, a "romance" (yawn) that seems to ramble off course (all part of the plan...)
Wonderful acting from actors whose names meant nothing to me then (although I will never forget the
young Sean Connery as Hotspur), but do now!
The scenery is beautifully desolate, the characters
"Los Sin Nombre" is a mess plot-wise, moves at an
slow pace, and is completely unscary.
Acts of brutality interrupt
long silence and poor acting.
beautiful in its exultation of small things, Straight Story is a classic cinema experience that must not be missed.
Yes, there has been considerable debate and discussion about the film's most confronting scene (which I won't expand upon here) - and undoubtedly one of the most confronting scenes in the entire history of the cinematic medium - but what surprises about this film is how
beautiful it is at times.
This is an
well-observed little picture that is an excellent way of passing an hour or two, and will probably not even fade much on the second showing.
funny characterisation, acting, concept, and almost-under-the-radar racism makes this a must see above any film to date (if you're after pure laughter that is).
Did know there was an O'Henry twist
just beyond my ken as things finished.
First things first, this movie is
Probably all of those factors are very important, but mostly, the film is crashingly,
As does Jacqueline Bisset, probably the finest and most underrated (as well as
beautiful) actress of all time.
The writing is often
cute', with hardly a wink to the audience to let us know co-writer Segal is in on the joke, but the more thoughtful moments (which are integrated unobtrusively by director Richard Lang) offer some insight into what breaks up a marital union, and both MacLaine and Hopkins have strong scenes.
Impossibly articulate, inhumanly precious and
touching in her role as a war orphan, she is a thorough delight.
sad, and adorable all at once.
Someone compared it to "Hester Street" and "Atlantic City" in the way "it
proves the universality of the twin globalization pulls of modernization and immigration over the past three hundred years around the world."
Everything about this film is embarrassing, from the sanctimonious and passé treatment of lesbians as victims to the terrifyingly awful third installment where Sharon Stone and Ellen DeGeneres offer an
sentimental tale of sperm banks in a style that only be described as thirtysomething on prozac or ecstasy.
The acting is stilted and
forced... which is what we've come to expect from the average Eric Stoltz, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Adrian Grenier.
I have watched half a dozen of these "SciFi Channel World Premiere Event" movies in the past year and each is uniquely,
bad in its own right.
Thanks to their efforts – and the endeavors of hundreds of thousands of people like them – we are
close to eradicating polio.
I returned home early to have a biopsy, but the pathology lab was
slow; days passed with no word.