well-acted

well-acted

adj (well acted when postpositive)
(of a play, film, dramatic part, etc) performed in a skilful manner
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Directed by Arie Posin (The Chumbscrubber) this is a well-acted film which explores love and loss in equal measure, with the astute Bening all the more watchable because she acts her age.
The audience's prime suspect lurched wildly from one character to another throughout the piece - the sign of a well-written and well-acted drama.
Wth a cast including Keira Knightley, Chloe Grace Moretz and Sam Rockwell, it's also a well-acted alternative to a good book.
The film is a well-acted, edgy affair that has an almost overwhelming atmosphere of tension, fear and uncertainty.
GOOD POINTS: It's funny and well-acted, and it touched my heart, especially Marion's poignant rendition of True Colours.
Affable, well-acted comedy along "What's it all about, Alfie?
05pm Sidney Lumet's well-acted crime drama stars Philip Seymour Hoffman and Ethan Hawke as brothers whose plan to rob their own family's jewellery store have tragic repercussions.
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen is fluff but it's beautifully framed and well-acted enough to warm the cockles of a cynical heart.
It's a well-written, well-acted production that shows us, across decades and distance, upstairs or down, that we're all pretty much the same.
Todd Delaney was a vocally powerful, well-acted Ford, his Act II appearance as Master Brook a hilarious turn on Baroque posturing gone bad.
The film is slow-paced and, given the subject matter, there's no light relief but it's well-acted and beautifully shot, with sweeping views of the Welsh mountains and lush valley.
SUNDAY United BBC2, 9pm An emotional, well-written and well-acted drama - incredibly, the first to dramatise these events - tells the tragic tale of the 1958 Munich air disaster which killed eight of the young Manchester United team dubbed the Busby Babes.