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And Harris Dickinson, the spellbinding British newcomer who plays Frankie, rewards the director’s scrutiny with piercing emotional depth and a startling lack of self-consciousness.
To some, his performance must have seemed a desecration of Beethoven, but his spellbinding approach was so ferociously startling that its technical deficits were outweighed by Mustonen’s compelling vision.
For the 92-minute running time of David Lowery’s spellbinding movie, this spirit doesn’t do much except watch balefully as life rolls on without him.
Each of these four novels is an ideal beach read, building their stories around spellbinding absences and pulling us into searches that have the pages flying by—and will make for a thrilling Fourth, regardless of weather or barbecue plans.
But this series, based on Neil Gaiman's 2001 novel, has managed to create a spellbinding story about how true belief rests on healthy skepticism.
The Andersons share a common love of the late, spellbinding vocalist Jeff Buckley.
That’s the ubiquitous tweet that pops up every time Nolan Arenado makes another spellbinding play at third base.
Washington (CNN)The initial shock and awe phase of the great, unresolved Russia election mystery ended with James Comey's spellbinding testimony.
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