THE BEST DRAMA FILMS

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October 24, 2011 by mistergag


This is the first part of our charts about music. For this week, we prepared a list of 10 best dramas. It’s based on a survey we conducted among our classmates.

10. The Shawshank Redemption

I think this movie is moving and it doesn’t contain any wonderful special effects. The film is good thanks to the screenplay and the actors’ performance.

 

9. Black Swan

Probably, people like this movie, because Natalie Portman is a good actress and story is very beautiful. The film was nominated for Oscars, too.

 

8. Slumdog Millionaire

This movie got many prizes: Oscars, BIFAs, BAFTAs etc. It’s a good connection of Bollywood with British film art.

 

7. The Pianist

It’s a very sad movie about a story based on facts. I think people voted for this, because it’s about a Pole and a hard period of time for the country.

 

6. Saving Private Ryan

The battle scenes in this movie look amazing. It’s connected with the performance of the actors. It gave an amazing effect!

 

5. The Lovely Bones

It’s very famous (especially amidst students). Someone who has seen it knows the end of movie, but it’s still exciting for him.

 

4. The Godfather

It’s a very classic movie, so I’m not surprised by the result.

 

3. The Green Mile

The movie is as good as “The Shawshank Redemption”. It has got the same director.

 

2. Titanic

It’s one of the most epic films ever – a beautiful story about love on a sunken ship. Do you know that it’s the second highest-grossing film in history?

 

1. Forrest Gump

…and this is the first place. I think it got it, because it’s not only drama. The creators connected it with comedy elements. People don’t like grieving very much. They want to watch some funny scenes.

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2 thoughts on “THE BEST DRAMA FILMS

  1. haydi says:

    And what about “Sala samobójców”. Did you take into account english-language films only?

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