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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. Jauja Film Review
Viggo Mortensen is the star and co-producer of this striking film from director Lisandro Alonso. Mortensen plays a Danish military officer in 19th century Argentina, on a quest to recover his runaway teenage daughter.
2. The Water Diviner Film Review
Russell Crowe makes his directorial debut in this period drama that takes place in 1919, following World War I. Crowe plays Joshua Connor, an Australian farmer who suffers the terrible loss of his three sons in the Battle of Gallipoli, then travels to the battlefield to recover their bodies.
3. Danny Collins Film Review
Is it ever too late to change your life? A letter from John Lennon prompts an aging pop star to examine his ways in "Danny Collins". Al Pacino and Annette Bening star in this directorial debut from Dan Fogelman.
4. Blackhat Film Review
Acclaimed director Michael Mann returns with another crime drama. "Blackhat" stars Chris Hemsworth as an imprisoned hacker who is offered his freedom in return for helping the FBI hunt down the ultimate cyber criminal.
5. A Hijacking Film Review
Mikkel, a husband and father, is a cook on the ship MV Rozen when it is hijacked by Somali pirates. Peter Ludvigsen, the company CEO, must decide how much to pay for the ship and its crew. "A Hijacking" is a tense psychological drama written and directed by Tobias Lindholm.
6. Balcony on the Sea Film Review
Before making "The Artist", Jean Dujardin starred in Nicole Garcia's evocative film "Balcony on the Sea." Using France's colonial history in Algeria as a backdrop, this film is an unusual love story with political overtones.
7. Magician Film Review
2015 is the one hundred year anniversary of Orson Welles's birth. Chuck Workman celebrates the achievements of one of America's most gifted filmmakers in the documentary "Magician: The Astonishing Life & Work of Orson Welles".
8. My First Time in Hollywood Book Review
In 1909, Hollywood was a dusty village surrounded by orange groves. Then the movie folk arrived. "My First Time in Hollywood" presents 42 of Hollywood's pioneers, their memories of arriving in Hollywood, and their part in the birth of the American film industry.
9. Mobius Film Review
"Mobius" is a contemporary love story wrapped in a cloak of international espionage. Partly inspired by Hitchcock's "Notorious", the film stars Jean Dujardin, Cecile De France and Tim Roth.
10. Love Is All You Need Film Review
"Love Is All You Need" is a romantic drama/comedy starring Trine Dyrholm as a breast cancer survivor. Pierce Brosnan plays the widower who enters her life when she travels to Italy for her daughter's wedding. Susanne Bier directs this life-affirming love story.
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