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Here are the top ten articles for the Drama Movies Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Invictus Movie Review
ďThe Rainbow Nation starts here. Reconciliation starts here. Yes, reconciliation.... Forgiveness starts here, too.Ē Nelson Mandela changed his country--some say he changed the world--and Afrikaaner Francois Pienaar helped him do it by captaining the reinstated national rugby team, the Springboks.
2. Six Movies About Joan of Arc
Filmmakers have been drawn to Joan's story since the very beginnings of the movie industry. Here's an overview of six of the best known.
3. Matt Damon's Linus in Oceanís 11, 12 and 13
Linus Caldwell, the apprentice with moxie in Oceanís Eleven, played by Oscar winner Matt Damon of The Bourne Identity fame, undergoes a metamorphosis before reappearing in Oceanís Twelve and Oceanís Thirteen. Ah. But was the metamorphosis a good change or a bad change?
4. Scarlett Johansson's Early Career
Scarlett Johansson entered prominent notice with the Horse Whisperer and stayed there through her early career in both serious and light movies, such as Girl with a Pearl Earring and In Good Company.
5. August Rush Movie Review
Combining reality with fairy tale elements, August Rush is a movie about believing in life, in yourself and in the people who love you.
6. Toe to Toe Movie Review
A difficult film to review, Toe to Toe tells a story of two girl Lacrosse players who find and lose friendship then find their new places in life.
7. Tom Cruise's Underrated Performances
Tom Cruise is widely known for his action franchises like Mission Impossible, and for the media publicity he accrues for his Scientology beliefs. This week we are taking a look at his under-the-radar performances in dramas and comedies.
8. Kinky Boots Review
Kinky Boots, a quest for identity, provides a wealth of information below the surface because the aspirations of different characters are embodied in their accents and speech patterns. Rated PG-13 but better for 17 and up.
9. Becoming Jane Fact and Fiction
Cassandra Austen burned most of Jane Austenís letters after Janeís death. We cannot know the secrets of her heart or the tears of her sufferings, but we can soar with her on the wings of her novels to imagine what her life must have been.
10. Love Crime Review
British actress Kristin Scott Thomas takes a bite out of a juicy role in the French drama, Love Crime. Veteran director Alain CorneauĎs taut thriller centers on vicious office politics with Thomas' portrayal of Christine, a cunning executive out to use, ruin and maybe kill her assistant.
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