She feared she had been doing wrong: saying too much, overacting
the caution which she had been fancying necessary; in guarding against one evil, laying herself open to another; and to have Miss Crawford's liveliness repeated to her at such a moment, and on such a subject, was a bitter aggravation.
I think that I must have been rather overacting
my delight, and that she detected a hollow ring in my congratulations, for I saw her eyebrows rise a little, and she glanced at me curiously.
Uninspired by the real-life 'Satanic panic' that gripped 1980s America, the film is notable only for Hawke's masterclass in overacting
that sees him SHOUTING almost all of his dialogue, plus a highly predictable ending.
Uninspired by the real-life "Satanic panic" that gripped 80s America, the film is notable only for Hawke's masterclass in overacting
that sees him shouting almost all of his dialogue, plus a highly predictable ending.
Pine is a likeable leading man but on-screen chemistry with Knightley is lukewarm and Branagh downplays his villain when some wild overacting
might have injected levity into the deadly serious proceedings.
But I guess, in India overacting
has takers," advises Akhrot to his new friend.
But on the big screen, it turns out to be little more than an overacting
showcase from a cast that's possibly getting much more out of the experience than the audience.
However, Hani strongly denied the claims and said that the only deleted scenes were those (some) of Nidal's, where he was overacting
and that didn't go with the high standards the film is aiming to achieve.
Aw, truly, the overacting
in The Bible was a miracle.
You don't have any iron and your liver's overacting
Between cringe-worthy overacting
and a Swiss-cheese plot, there is little to back up the pricey graphics.
Later, and by this stage out of costume, Sam sort of confessed to overacting