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melodrama

melodrama Sentence Examples

  • Vanished, Hunter said, his voice dripping with mock melodrama.

  • His Pygmalion (1775) is a melodrama without singing.

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  • Vanished, Hunter said, his voice dripping with mock melodrama.

  • The play pertains to capture passion and genius, but instead descends into melodrama.

  • STONE during 1961, a rather heavy-handed melodrama starring Vivian Leigh.

  • He hissed through his teeth, in unconscious imitation of a popular favorite in melodrama, " Him shall she never wed!

  • Meg: " Stop making a melodrama out of everything.

  • To end the show, once again showing tremendous versatility, the oldest group presented a Victorian melodrama - THE BLACK HEARTED VILLAIN.

  • Most of his work is firmly set in his native county and combines melodrama with earthly realism.

  • melodrama adapted from Tod's own story.

  • Mankiewicz's directorial debut is an old fashioned romantic melodrama with some macabre touches.

  • sentimental melodrama, virtuous aristocrats rewarded; post-Revolutionary incidents.

  • Can you tell me if your poetry is lies or lines or bars or notes in an operatic melodrama?

  • On a picnic they're brought together in the true style of Victorian melodrama.

  • One of the darkest episodes of German history has been transformed into romantic melodrama.

  • The cost of this classic Gothic melodrama approached $ 1 million, $ 50 thousand of which was spent on retakes.

  • At first this story reads like a classic Victorian melodrama, rather reminiscent of a Sherlock Holmes tale.

  • melodrama with a horrific twist.

  • melodrama with some macabre touches.

  • Formation of cultural studies; cultural theory and popular culture; cultural representation of American war in Vietnam; 19th century stage melodrama.

  • So Brothers started well as a family melodrama, but took a violent turn far too suddenly to keep me believing in it.

  • A robust mystery melodrama with no supernatural elements, just a lot of spooky atmosphere.

  • In color it is an unusual crime melodrama with Paris locations.

  • If this sounds like the plot to a 1950s melodrama, then this is because that is exactly what it is.

  • A confused melodrama that loses itself in it's own pretentions, but remains memorable for the stunning sets, music and photography.

  • operatic melodrama?

  • Liane Jose sustains the delicate balances within Anna's mind, never overstepping the mark into caricature or melodrama.

  • It was so over-the-top like something from a thirties ' melodrama.

  • sentimental melodrama, virtuous aristocrats rewarded; post-Revolutionary incidents.

  • verbal slapstick, visual wisecracks and vertiginous melodrama combine in this very funny staging of the unstageable.

  • unconscious imitation of a popular favorite in melodrama, " Him shall she never wed!

  • Verbal slapstick, visual wisecracks and vertiginous melodrama combine in this very funny staging of the unstageable.

  • His Pygmalion (1775) is a melodrama without singing.

  • By Matthew Gregory Lewis again "Timour" is depicted as the conventional tyrant of a gorgeous melodrama, slaying, burning, slaughtering and committing every possible atrocity until checked by a violent death and a poetical climax.

  • Verbal slapstick, visual wisecracks and vertiginous melodrama combine in this very funny staging of the unstageable.

  • And I fear that this new production of Oden von Horvath 's 1931 melodrama stumbles at both hurdles.

  • Christie Brinkley's quiet separation from her husband of 10 years, Peter Cook, exploded into media melodrama when rumors emerged that Cook had an affair with a then 18-year-old employee of his architecture firm.

  • Brad: Right now I can't think about much besides just finishing this film, but after that we have a family movie in development and a teen melodrama TV pilot.

  • Yes, there's some gunfire, drinking, singing, melodrama, good guys and bad guys.

  • In Latin America, the formula of telenovelas combines melodrama with radio tales.

  • The blue collar melodrama focuses on the every man or every woman story.

  • Telenovelas are essentially limited run soap operas that weave melodrama and romance through a series of storylines, some of which touch on cultural themes.

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