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This is a Huge List of some Great Drama movies out there
These movies include : Happy endings,A main role character dieing,Emotional speech, etc...
These movies will give you goosebumps, Shock you, Make you cry, Or even depress you for quite some time.
Note : These are movies that i have watched not some random movies some other people just add on.
i do take requests. when i get time i will watch them.
This is a list of the major film versions of important plays. It includes all of the films in the American Film Theatre series. This list excludes musicals and Shakespeare. I have included some television productions if the performance was particularly noteworthy.
The official 501 Must See Movies is compiled from a list of about 50 movies from 10 genres. These lists use the second edition which contains between 50 and 60 movies in each genre and breaks them out into their own lists for easier completion.
Let’s all just admit that 2012 started to get a little weird towards the end. At least Stateside, anyway. There was all that unpleasant political stuff going on; somehow rape became a gift and then it was bad again; and there was that inclement weather along the East Coast that totally had nothing to do with man-made climate change. Amid all this socialecological turmoil, we shouldn’t blame you for missing some pretty big news in the world of cinema. But we will, anyway.
After all, this year we said goodbye to one controversial auteur (Béla Tarr) and adopted a different personal pronoun for another (Lana Wachowski). Whit Stillman finally made another film after a nearly 15-year hiatus (Damsels In Distres), brilliantly showcasing the talent of Generation Me’s answer to Chloë Sevigny (Greta Gerwig). Plus, any year that a Zachary Oberzan film comes out (Your brother. Remember?) is a good year for movies. Thankfully, all that Mayan apocalypse dreck ran its course a couple years ago, leaving room for some more rarefied grapplings with the end of all things (Tarr’s number-one stunner, The Turin Horse). And all that IRL political stuff we mentioned earlier? Not nearly as troubling as 5 Broken Cameras or This Is Not A Film, movies that managed so brilliantly to elucidate the very real human loss of geopolitical conflict.
But what really blew us away this year weren’t the super-good films that defied convention or made grand political statements. Instead, we were left with our mouths agape by films helmed by auteurs confident enough to be okay simply ignoring convention, never feeling the need to prove anything outside the piece of work at hand, some of which were at ease merely reveling in the sheer virtuosity of their principal actors’ performances (The Master). Oh, and Béla, you’ll be missed. –PAUL BOWER
It's my pleasure to present thriller movies with other genres -like Mystery- Thrillers and with sub-genres like -Psychological-Thrillers. Closely related Horror film genre is also on the list which you might find interest.
Although drama is drama, i wanted to form an extra list of best films based on drama genre mostly ,expect other genres -in that film- such as romance, from each country. I also wanted to choose -the hope itself consisting one- where i doubted which film to add of that country.
When a film belonged to many countries- such as "Amour"- i have chosen the less knowing one between them- considered the movie from Austria, despite it belonged to Germany and France as well- .
With that taste of choice, i considered movies the less knowing one in cinema where it filmed in another country-such as " The Stoning of Soraya M." is considered as a movie from Persia despite it is filmed in the USA".
With the hope of this extra list starting with the movie "Black" will be a guide for you on the drama films which are mainly based or inspired on a true story. I gave the priority of dramas of children or children related ones firstly, and then adults and older people lastly.