As the enthrallingly
broken Rachel Watson, Samantha Womack is neither much on a train nor a girl.
Such has been the totemic midfielder's influence on his side, who have defied the odds to stand on the brink of immortality with France providing the final hurdle for this enthrallingly
Two masterpieces from the Diaghilev Ballets Russes era were enthrallingly
It's a door stopper of a novel, at around 530 pages covering from 1914 to 2014, enthrallingly
told, beautifully written and some passages moved me to tears.
enchanting film took many artists years to create, but it was worth the 'endless' effort, because the finished production is an artistic achievement in its own right, which can be viewed again and again in years to come.
When I try to recall whether I have ever heard it performed as enthrallingly
as that, I find Belohlavek's account to eclipse even the performances of Sawallisch and Kubelik.
In his enthrallingly
structured, heart-wrenching docudrama, Clint Eastwood has the audacity to portray Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) as a countercultural hero: an airline captain who, in meeting disaster by landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River, didn't go by the book (or the computer).
Players are now able to time their runs to an unprecedented level of precision and analyse which opposition defenders are capable of anticipating new moves through better defensive shielding skills, allowing for a balanced, enthrallingly
One theme of Donald Trump's meteoric political rise has been how fame and fortuneand his enthrallingly
obtuse personalityhas exempted him from the rules the rest of us live by.
"Nightcrawler,'' a darkly comic, enthrallingly
disturbing portrait of our universal appetite for lurid tragedy, marks a high point in Gyllenhaal's maturation.
Several also noted that the twists of fate that bring Werner and Marie-Laure together strain credulity, but readers willing to suspend their disbelief will be treated to a story that is "enthrallingly
told, beautifully written and so emotionally plangent that some passages bring tears" (Washington Post).