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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But it was skilfully written (Gaby Hull) and wonderfully well-acted (Katherine Kelly as lecturer Leah and Molly Windsor as her student, Rose) so I found it easy returning each night.
Pinky Memsaab, the debut film by writer and director Shazia Ali Khan, is a well-acted look into the lives of two women, a young Pakistani maid and her socialite employer in Dubai, and an interpretation of the various cultures and societies within Dubai.
Sure it's well-acted, looks great and holds your attention through most of its five episodes.
It's more of a romantic drama, and while it looks the part and is well-acted, it suffers from a sedate pace and lack of electricity.
Even though it is well-staged and well-acted, this 1993 drama seems a peculiar choice for revival.
But, what with the bleak world view and sheer 'yuk' factor of the sexual politics outweighing the comedy, well-staged and well-acted as it may be, this 1993 drama seems a peculiar choice for revival.
A clever and well-acted thriller from the producers of The Missing, it's refreshing to see a drama that doesn't involve a police detective with a dodgy past.
The film is a faint, well-acted blip on the radar of your viewing life.
DIRECTOR MARIE NOELLE'S visually ravishing, well-acted biopic focuses on the legendary, pioneering scientist who was the first woman ever to win a Nobel Prize, and one of the very few people to win two.
The film is well-acted, exciting and acts as a showcase for the English countryside.
TRUMBO 15 WELL-ACTED, good-looking and occasionally inspiring, this might have been the biopic of the year - if only it wasn't so damn dull.
A high-school English teacher chaperones three students at a weekend-long drama competition and finds that she's the one with a lot to learn in "Miss Stevens," a well-acted and Involving dramedy that takes a few too many facile turns en route to upbeat endings all around.