overdramatic


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overdramatic

(ˌəʊvədrəˈmætɪk)
adj
excessively dramatic
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Cons: Goes for overdramatic plots such as racists and drunk pilots.
Artistically, most of the amateur groups' work seems to be influenced by television dramas rather than any theatrical traditions; from the stereotypical characters, to the voice and style of acting; from the overdramatic sound effects to the pop soundtracks.
Instead, what you get is Angelina Jolie's overdramatic shamble as a mother fighting the corrupt LA police force in Clint Eastwood's "Changeling," Meryl Streep's Cruella de Vil comic impersonation as the suspecting nun in "Doubt" and Kate Winslet's least deserving Oscar nominated role as a sympathetic Nazi criminal in "The Reader.
Julie is everything you want a Corrie icon to be - overdramatic but down-to-earth too.
The 65-year-old, best known for playing Baldrick in the hit BBC comedy, said: "I don't think it's overdramatic to say that care homes are prisons to which people are sent as a punishment for being old.
Another said: "Demolition is overdramatic, health and safety has gone overboard.
No, you're not being selfish, but perhaps you're being a bit overdramatic.
I don't want to be overdramatic or alarm anyone, but DCBT is sweeping across the world quicker than the killer cucumbers.
In yet more words, (I know loads) without being overdramatic, ROBBIE WILLIAMS IS GOING TO MURDER THE X FACTOR AND HE MUST BE STOPPED
I don't want to be overdramatic but when Rainfall won, it was the proudest moment of my life.