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Drama Movie Reviews

  • A Beautiful Mind reviews

    "A Beautiful Mind" is a feature film directed by Ronald William Howard and starring Russell Crowe , Ed Harris, Jennifer Lynn Connelly , Paul Bettany , Adam Goldberg , Judd Hirsch , Josh Lucas , Ant , Christopher Plummer, etc. It was released in the United States on December 21, 2001. The film tells the story of John Forbes Nash, a mathematician suffering from schizophrenia, who devoted himself to the field of game theory and differential geometry and won the Nobel Prize in Economics   .

  • 13 Hours reviews

    "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi" is a political war movie directed by Michael Bay, written by Chuck Hogan , and starring John Burke Krasinski , Pablo Schreiber , Toby Stephens , James Badge Dale , Max Martini , Dominic Fumusa, etc.  The film mainly tells the story of a convoy of six soldiers stationed in front of the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, against the enemy.  The film was released in Northern America on January 15, 2016. 

  • Caché (Hidden) reviews

    "Caché" is a 117-minute suspenseful film co-produced by France, Austria, Germany, Italy, and the United States. The film is directed by Slappy, starring Daniel Auteuil , Juliette Binoche , Maurice Bénichou , Annie Girardot, etc. It was released in France on October 5, 2005. The film tells about a couple in Paris who frequently received various suggestive pictures, and later the couple’s son disappeared again—all related to the crimes committed by the male protagonist when he was a child   . In September 2019, the film was selected by the British "Guardian" as the "100 Best Films of the 21st Century" and ranked sixth. 

  • Ikiru reviews

    "生きる" is a 143-minute drama film produced and distributed by Japan's Toho Cinemas. The film was directed by Wind Man , starring Takashi Shimura , Minoru Chiaki , Kamatari Fujiwara , Nobuo Kaneko , NobuoNakamura, etc. It was released in Japan on October 9, 1952. The film tells the story of a terminally ill civics section chief who ends his 30-year haunting "mummy" life of civil servants and finds meaning in life   .

  • Stalker reviews

    "Stalker" is a sci-fi mystery film directed by Andrey Arsenyevich Tarkovsky, starring Alexander Kedinowski, Anatoli Solonitsyn , and Nikolai Glinko. The film tells the story of Stalker leading scientists and writers through a "zone" with ever-changing traps to find a mysterious room that can satisfy people's wishes and desires.

  • Bonnie and Clyde reviews

    "Bonnie and Clyde" is a crime drama released by Warner Home Video, directed by Arthur Penn , co-starring Henry Warren Beaty , Dorothy Faye Dunaway , Eugene Allen Hackman , and Gene Wilder . The film was released in the United States on August 13, 1967. The film is adapted from a real case in the United States. The story is set during the Great Depression in the 1930s. It tells the story of the hostess Bonnie and the unemployed Vagrant Clyde who were killed after they robbed a bank in a group   .

  • Sense and Sensibility reviews

    "Sense and Sensibility" is a love movie directed by Ang Lee, starring James Fleet , Harriet Votel, Kate Winslet , AR, etc., adapted from the novel of the same name by the British female writer Jane Austen  . The film tells that after the death of a British manor owner, because the inheritance law stipulates that the family property is only passed on to men and not to women, his daughters are all facing the fate of going out, and marrying a good husband has become their urgent need. The eldest daughter hid her children's love deeply for the happiness of the whole family; the younger daughter was willing to pay for the pursuit of love. In the end, both "reason" and "emotion" got true love   . The film was released in the United States in 1995. In 1996, the film won the Best Adapted Screenplay Award at the 68th Oscars Oscars , as well as 8 nominations for Best Photography and Best Costume Design   .

  • Gosford Park reviews

    "Gosford Park" is a feature film directed by Robert Altman and starring Kristin Scott Thomas , Tom Hollander and Michael Gambon . It was released in the UK on November 7, 2001. The film tells the story of Sir William and his wife's accidental death while attending a hunting party in Gosford Park. The celebrities present were looking for a murderer for him   .

  • Eye in the Sky reviews

    "Eye in the Sky" is a war drama co-produced by Moonlighting Films South Africa, Raindog Films and eOne Productions. Directed by Gavin Hood , co-starring Helen Lydia Mirren , Aaron Paul Sturtevant , AR , Barkhad Abdi , Jeremy Northam and Phoebe Fox. The film was released in the U.S. on March 11, 2016, and in mainland China on January 13, 2017.  The film tells the story of a military intelligence officer commanding a drone bombing mission to capture a terrorist   .

  • Drishyam reviews

    "Drishyam" is a feature film produced by Panorama Studios and directed by Riteish Deshmukh, starring Vishal Veeru Devgan , Shriya Saran , Tabassum Hashmi and others. It was released in India on July 31, 2015.  The film tells the story of father Vijay fighting against the police with anti-reconnaissance techniques learned in the movie in order to protect the family of the uninvited guest who killed him by wrong hand   .