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- She appeared in more than a few slasher movies, always the young heroine who outsmarts the killer in a climactic final chase scene.
- And the final climactic emotional moment is cringe inducing rather than searingly moving.
- The World Cup is one coherent drama with developing conflict, mounting tension and a climactic resolution.
- That said, it doesn't entirely work dramatically, and the play falters as it reaches its climactic final moments.
- Some of the best moments in the film include Napoleon's climactic dance scene that wins Pedro the high school election.
- All of this leads the dinosaur kids on a wild adventure that culminates in a climactic confrontation on top of a volcano.
- The fair's climactic event, the demolition derby, is drawing big crowds to the fairgrounds.
- In another climactic event, Vronsky loses a horserace he is slated to win.
- The downside's that after such a climactic event, there's still an hour to go.
- The climactic event, however, consists of tying the captive condor by its feet onto the back of a bull.
- The drama hangs on an extremely shocking climactic event and our understanding of its causes.
- The world champions were empty after a dramatic, climactic finish that meant the trophy was shared.
- The lead-in to the climactic scene is nothing compared to the original.
- Likewise, walks to Calton Hill and the Water of Leith suggested climactic scenes and murder sites for various Rebus novels.
- Troy is at its best in the climactic fight scene between Hector and Achilles, and its aftermath.
- In one climactic scene, he is publicly and sadistically humiliated by the king.
- To say whether she does would give away the details of a climactic scene which has to be seen to be believed.
- This turns out not to be a casual device but, in the climactic scene, intrinsic to the film.
- The climactic scene in which the local Mafiosi close in on the inspector is bone chilling and unforgettable.
- The climactic action sequence is nothing like anything that occurred in the first weeks of the Normandy invasion.