IIL movies (about disasters, accidents or other hardships. real or fictional) focusing more on technical and professional details and less on drama and relationships, WEWIL?

I like watching documentaries about disasters or accidents (example: Seconds to the Disaster, Air Crash Investigations). I had watched movies only occasionally, but recently got more into it, and found, that I like similar topics in movies too.

Good examples: "The Martian", 'Apollo 13". In both movies the focus is on what the problem is and how people use their skills and collective efforts to solve it. Yes, personal stories of the characters are important too, but don't take too much space. On the opposite side, I was totally dissapointed with "Salut 7" movie, which, although it was based on a real story of saving Russian space station, concentrated mostly on interpersonal and family conflicts, and the process of saving a drifting space station was shown briefly and less realistic (I'll never forgive them a scene, where a cosmonaut fixes a space station by sitting on it outside, in space, and swinging a heavy hammer).

So I would like to find more movies (not necessarily about space, not necessarily based on real stories), that concentrate on people doing their job in critical moments, applying their skills and knowledge to solve the problem at hand.

UPD: Thanks to all! I cannot manage to answer all comments, but now I have an amazing playlist that will last for long and will make a good starting point for me. Thanks!

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A user on /r/Movies passionately writes a 1 page essay about how good Avatar is. Drama between lawyer and a flan breaks out over if people who didn't enjoy avatar are just stupid.

https://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/m43b1v/avatar_overtakes_avengers_endgame_as/gqsn307

Then drama is just starting to pickup steam as the comment becomes increasingly possible. Perfect copy pasta material.

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I LOVE movies that you think are going to be comedies but actually turn out to be very compelling dramas

Especially when they have actors in them that are typical comedic actors. I love seeing the range that comedians can bring when it comes to dramas

For example I just got done watching "The foot fist Way" I was thinking it was going to be some cheesy B class comedy no on the contrary! It was a very very good movie with character development love and lost excellent dialogue the works

I'm about three seasons into Baskets starring Zach galifianakis and holy shit if you like that same depiction of comedies that are secretly a drama these two works I've talked about would be right up your alleyway

Honorable mentions:

Stranger than fiction

Napoleon Dynamite

Truman show

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There's enough Star Wars like drama regarding Gamestop, you could make 9 movies out of it.

1: The Darkpool Menace

2: Attack of the Apes

3: Revenge of the Hedgies

4: Retard's Hope

5: The Hedgies Strike Back

6: Return of the Diamond Hands

7: The Regulators Awakens

8: The Last YOLO

9: The Rise of Margin

Luke: DFV

Han Solo: Cohen

Chewy: Musk

Obi won: Cuban

Yoda: Kelleher

Leia: redchessqueen99

Darth Vader: Teniv(Because he looks like DFV and RH originally was meant for "good")

Emperor: Kenny Boi

Rey: Vanguard(Come on Vanguard! Recall your shares to start this MOASS early!)

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Very sad movies or shows where the drama has nothing to do with romance or lack thereof?

Most emotional stories in anime seem to use romance as the central piece, but what are some examples that dont do that?

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Japanese action shows/series/dramas or maybe movies?

I mean anime to learn Japanese is fun too but I want to watch some Japanese series. I don't mind watching some drama but all the articles I've read online only have romance and drama series listed. Can someone suggest good series that have some action like some fight scenes and maybe like zombies or even sci-fi. Movies are fine too if there are no good series to watch.

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Movies like Juno? Cozy, teens... Drama...comedy.... usual life....

Movies like Juno? (Cozy, teens, maybe not romantic but with Juno vibe, Adventureland vibe...smth... idk how to describe... Drama...comedy.... usual life....

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Movies where the heat is oppressive and part of the story, preferably taut dramas like Key Largo and Body Heat.

Key Largo and Body Heat are great films for their dialogue and plots, but I love how the Heat/warm climate plays such a central role in the films. In what other films does the heat play such a central role?

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I've been binging 80s-early 2000s coming of age or teen comedy drama movies and i'm left wanting more. What are some very good ones to watch?

in the past day ive binged bunch of coming of age movies
i've watched:
The Breakfast Club,
The Squid and The Whale,
Sixteen Candles,
Heathers.
I just feel left WANTING more and more stuff to watch does anyone have any reccomendations. Preferably stuff in the 80s or set in the 80s. Even if its a smaller or independent film thats okay too. Also preferably films with a similar feel to one of these four.

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Any good movies that take place in Massachusetts? Comedy, Drama, Horror, documentary ok, just quality flicks, no anime or teen only movies.

My husband is from Mass and he misses it so I want to surprise him with a good movie about home.

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Allaht of drama as r/movies reacts to the news of Riz Ahmed becoming the first Muslim to receive an Oscar nomination for Best Actor.
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Aren't movies/drama series, etc. are haram?

Just saw a post about some Hollywood "Muslim" celebrity. I wanted to know, aren't those things haram?

Since they portray many haram activities such as drinking alcohol, getting physical and emotionally close to non-mahrams, cursing every now and then, making fun of God/using f-words before saying the word God, calling a human God, etc.?

I've always believed that the maximum of these things leads us to nowhere. Also, they make us envy the materialistic world and its wealth.

What do you all think about it?

P.S. No offense to anyone as you can see the flair, I want to understand what all of you think about it. What's your POV?

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Looking for a specific type of action/drama movies

There is a type of action/drama movie that I feel hasn't come out in the last ten years or so, I'm not really sure why. It feels like almost everything released in the past 10 years is either a drag (I'm watching Palmer (2021) right now) or related to superheroes.

I want movies that are relatively fast pace or engaging with a mix of action/drama and maybe a hint of thriller (or romance). There needs to be some stakes, not something robotic like John Wick.

Something similar to the following:

Die Hard 3 (1995)

Training Day (2001)

Taken (2006)

Man on Fire (2004)

From Paris With Love (2010)

Bourne Identity (2002)

War Dogs (2016)

Death Wish (2018)

first half of The Equalizer (2014)


It can also be someone who fucks everyone up like Rambo 5, but no superheros. Nothing from Jason Statham either, I've seen everything.

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Movies like Vivarium..Cosmic horror drama

I actually surprisingly, enjoyed this movie. I love science fiction or movies where time/reality is distorted(but without being cheesy). I'm looking for a movie that is uncomfortable/disturbing but you can't look away....and likely wouldn't watch again even though you loved it! Science fiction or horror I love.

I have already seen/enjoyed movies like The Art of Self-Defense(highly recommend!), Midsommar, Hereditary, The Lobster, Inception etc....

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Movies with a Fantasy/Sci-fi element, but purely Drama

I really cannot give any examples from the top of my head, for the reason I request such a movie is because I don't know if they exist.

An example I came up with would be someone laying on a beach in a foreign city, and suddenly lights of all colors rise from every corner of this fabled city. The locals call this place "The city that always shines" for the random appearances. And the story would follow this traveler, the story before they arrived, and the events that happen around them

There's no looking into it, no research or exposition on an origin, no antagonist, nothing we've seen before. It just brands itself into the story and now we get to watch it.

I ask because, if these type of movies do not exist at the moment, I'd like to fill in the gaps.

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After months of drama, does anyone else watch Fantasy Suites and fantasize about drinking gin and tonics, eating pizza and watching movies at the Nemacolin all by yourself?

It would be "Bachelor in Paradise" β€” just a bachelor in paradise. In the morning you wake up all by yourself and say, "This feels right. I could see myself getting used to this."

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This is u/GodDamnTheseUsername on the drama-chop express, and I'm talkin to whoever's listenin out there. There's Big Trouble in Little r/Movies.

Everybody relax, I'm here.

When Big Trouble in Little China is posted for free on Youtube, there's a rumbling of trouble in r/Movies.

The ten foot tall roadblock is this comment, letting everyone know that Jack Burton isn't actually the hero of the movie, but the dumb racial stereotype side kick.

The earth really starts to rumble and shake when some concerns about cancel culture are brought up, and then some guy starts flying around on wires calling people racist.

Fun little snack - people are complaining throughout the thread that the movie is available on youtube in the US only it seems.

That's all folks, and just remember what ol' Jack Burton does when the earth quakes, and the poison arrows fall from the sky, and the pillars of Heaven shake. Yeah, Jack Burton just looks that big ol' storm right square in the eye and he says, "Give me your best shot, pal. I can take it."

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Looking for β€œdrama” genre war movies similar to Unbroken and Pearl Harbor (LOVE these two), 1917, Hacksaw Ridge, etc.

Title says it all. Preferably GOOD movies. I’m ok with crying. I don’t like torture and gore. The end.

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Movies that focus unnecessarily on human drama when the focus should be elsewhere

Godzilla (2014) and Transformers (2007) are good examples of this. The humans are not the point of the film, the monster and robots were the focus, or should've been. But to make it relatable to NTs a family or couple or w/e was shoehorned in there as a B plot. Sometimes this is handled in a way which improves the story by showing the human impact of fantastical events, but Cloverfield did this much better than Godzilla.

In other cases, like The Space Between Us (2015) the human drama is essential to the plot but still diminishes the experience for me. I watched that film to see cool, realistically depicted Mars colonization. The domes, the hydroponics, the robotics, the spacecraft. But then for the second half of the movie it's Romeo & Juliet, I fell asleep.

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What are your favorite dramas/movies with idol actors/actresses?
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Do you think the popularity of Korean dramas Movies, k-pop those last years had a positive effect on Asian men ?
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(Brad Michael Elmore) "It seems all Michael Mann movies are existentialist workplace dramas about somebody so fucking good at their job that it ruins their life." twitter.com/BradMichaelEl…
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Best Drama/Thriller/Sci-Fi movies

Give me your top movies that hit you deep and stay with you. Can be good feeling or sad just something that made you think about the movie for days. I really enjoyed movies like, Deap Poets Society, Captain Fantasitc, A River run through it, Garden State and Dallas Buyers Club! Thanks as alwaysπŸ–€πŸ€ž

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[REQUEST] Any great and original mystery/drama/sci-fi movies?

Not necessarily american (or english speaking) movies.

Something like: Knives out, Wild tales, Interstellar, The Intouchables...

I really prefer movies over shows.

Thank you.

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Do you know any good but lesser known thriller and or drama movies?

During lockdown im kinda bored and i would like to watch something to spend the time. I already watched some hidden gems, but im thirsty for me if you could help me reccomend me something i would be happy

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Thriller/horror dramas or movies

Looking for thriller/horror dramas or movies similar to: Save me Kingdom The wailing Extracurricular Strangers from hell Sweet home Train to busan 1/2 Uncanny encounter

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Can you name any dramas/series/movies (Kdrama, Asian drama, historical, western drama/movies) about an innocent girl and jealous girl, the jealous girl attack her in all way possible while the actor protects the innocent girl. I know there are many dramas that include this but I want to know drama s

Can you name any dramas/series/movies (Kdrama, Asian drama, historical, western drama/movies) about an innocent girl and jealous girl, the jealous girl attack her in all way possible while the actor protects the innocent girl. I know there are many dramas that include this but I want to know drama series/movie which MAIN Plot is this. You can also comment anything similar to what I said. A little more explanation along with the name will be appreciated. Thank you very much in advance. Please vote up this post so I can get more recommendations.

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Are there any dramas or movies set in the Majapahit Empire?
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Highly kinetic dance movies where the dancing is interconnected with the drama.

Good examples are films like the Red Shoes where the dancing and direction is high impact and is intertwined with the plot. Another good example is the recent Then We Danced.

Things like Climax where the dancing is largely separate from the drama isn’t really what I’m looking for. That said the actual dancing has great energy.

Apologies if this is a little vague.

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Never watched Chinese drama before but enjoyed Chinese movies from the 90s like Raise the Red Lantern. Also enjoyed older Japanese movies like Kurosawa's. Just heard of Nirvana in Fire. Is it a good idea to start watching it or should I start with something else (simpler maybe)?
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Simple, feel good movies like Jon Favreau's 'Chef' where there is no unnecessary drama?

Just watched Chef and it was really great to watch feel-good movie from start to end. There is no unnecessary drama, or some big setbacks or backstabs, or some big fights that are trying to get resolved throughout the movie. It's simply a straightforward rollercoaster of mostly good emotions, good natured dialogue and positive. Some similar movies like that?

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Does anyone else hate unnecessary relationship drama in TV shows and movies?

Right now the series I'm watching called Chicago Med. I love the whole hospital and emergency department side of it, all the patients interesting illnesses and everything. But then they add in stupid personal drama which always seems so irrational and it ruins a lot of the story line for me. I am watching a medical TV series because I love the medical side of it. I don't care about all the side relationships between all the main characters which seem to constantly change and never work out. I hate drama and I just don't get why other people love it so much.

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Should the Oscars just award Drama movies and create a separate award for Sci Fi?

I do not want to sound like a butthurt Nolan fan mad because he did not get an Oscars nomination, because I honestly couldn't care less. At this point in his career, Nolan is bigger than the Oscars and he will draw people on his name alone, similar to what Tarantino can do.

The thing is that the Academy, as evidenced once again with their nominations yesterday, has a blatant and abysmal bias towards drama films. Specially period historic or biographical dramas. The ten films with the most nominations, which combined to a total of 60, are literally all dramas of some sort except for one that is a "comedy thriller". From the remaining 9, 4 are biographical dramas and the rest are all "daily-life, hardships, persevering" dramas. This set of films sweeps the vast majority of the Actors awards, apart from obviously the Director and Best Picture categories.

Then Sci-Fi films can only hope for the so-called Technical Awards (cinematography, visual and sound effect, score, costumes, etc), but there will still be some of the aforementioned drama movies getting these nominations as well. The problem with this, though, is that only the technical personnel in charge of that specific aspect of the movie is the one being nominated/awarded. Like Nolan films have received a couple nominations and even won some, but Nolan himself has never won an award.

I do not know if it is that the members of the Academy give a little too much value to traditional movies that rely on powerful depictions of multi-layered emotional characters and whatnot, maybe because they resemble the most the type of films from the Golden Age of Hollywood. But the omission and flat out disregard that the Academy has shown through the years to Sci Fi masterpieces such as Arrival, Ready Player One, Interstellar, Mad Max Fury Road, Snowpiercer, Looper or Inception is just insulting, honestly. The only exception I guess would be Gravity, but that was more just a drama taking place in space.

So do you guys think that in the future either the Academy would make a separate award just for Sci-Fi/superhero movies or that other awards such as the Saturn Awards, which currently do that, will rise in popularity?

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I'm easygoing, down to earth, try to stay away from drama. I like movies, snuggling on a rainy day, exploring new things. #bisexual #threesome #LGBTQ
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Cheating wife drama movies

Can I get suggestions for movies like Cheating wife, Killing me softly, Addicted (2015), The affair , Below her Mouth. Those movies were awesome, Would like to get more erotic thriller recommendations for sure

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What makes you the girl who "cleans up well" or can "catfish" or the actress most likely to play in those ugly duckling based dramas and movies my insights

ok so in high school i was a "ugly" girl. hair in ponytail always, discolored skin, no eyebrows(i had a hairpulling habit), overly strong jaw(eventually reduced that bit with botox in my early twenties), a bit chubby, and loose bagggy modest clothes. id be extra ugly on days my acne was flaring up or my mom oiled my hair. anywhooo

in senior year i lost some weight, cleared up skin a bit, but still had the same unifrom(baggy clothes, hair pulled back, a bit more eyebrows but still not as good).

well on prom night i went all out with my transformation to the point where i had a new friend i made that year be like u look so stunning today like just randomly during the night while we were all in the bathroom just to me. then my then bff was like in a kinda mean way so how come u didnt get a date(i guess she was mad bc i was just tagging along in this friend group others had dates so i was like the 5th wheel), then i realized why she was pissed i rem her date smiling at with a slight wink when he passed out plates for us to eat our appetizers(idk at that point i thought he was his normal smile) but after recieving my bffs kinda meaness i realized that she was jealous i was stealing her mans attention bc nobody else asked me why i didnt have a date in a snarky way. more proof a girl in english class that i spoke to like twice saw me walk by her with a friend(not the mean one) and was like omg u look so pretty. i also got some approval looks from some nasty-nice friends. as well as another friend was like omg you look so pretty u look so different in awe to me.

anways now u may ask why im so good at catfish heres a few pointers on why that happened.

  1. i let my hair down- it softens a square jaw

  2. faking eyebrows is easier than faking a small nose on someone who has a huge ass crooked nose or other undesriable facial traits

  3. hiding skin discoloration can really uptake ur beauty if the discoloration is as severe as mine

  4. i wore big earrings also deters from jaw

  5. i have nice facial features, small nose, big eyes, medium lips

  6. no glasses, wore eye makeup so eye area looks better

so in short people with nice facial features but with shitty skin, glasses, shitty hair that cover their true "attractiveness" are the ones that will play the ugly ducking in movies or be a great catfish

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World War I and II movies as well as political thrillers/dramas set in the Interwar Years

I’m a big history nut, with my favorite period being in-between WWI and WWII (though I love learning more about the wars themselves too). I’ve seen quite a few movies on this period (mostly the wars), but am always looking for more. I’ll give a list of ones I’ve seen so far that I can recall. I’d prefer movies with a focus on the wars or politics themselves rather than just being a story among the conflicts and bigger pictures.

I have a hard time finding movies about the politics of the Interwar period, like stuff leading up to WW2 in the Munich Conference, Anschluss, Second Sino-Japanese War, Second Italo-Ethiopian War, appeasement in general, Hitler, Stalin, and Mussolini’s rise to power. Or even stuff following WWI like the formation of the Weimar Republic, the Treaty of Versailles, maybe Lenin’s early years in power. I’d appreciate anything.

WWI:

All Quiet on the Western Front

They Shall Not Grow Old

Lawrence of Arabia

Paths of Glory

Gallipoli

1917

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Interwar:

The King’s Speech

(I’m sure I’ve seen more but they’re eluding me rn)

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WW2:

Come and See

Saving Private Ryan

The Thin Red Line

Schindler’s List

Dunkirk

Downfall

Flags of Our Fathers / Letters from Iwo Jima

Inglourious Basterds

Defiance

Valkyrie

Anthropoid

Jojo Rabbit

The Imitation Game

Fury

Unbroken

Hacksaw Ridge

Darkest Hour

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There’s definitely more, this is just what I got from looking at a couple lists. Thanks in advance!

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Recommendations of other media with couples like Zoe and Wade (tv series, movies, asian dramas, telenovelas, books, etc) In where C loves A but A is obsessed with B but eventually A falls for C too. Happy Ending.

A -->Zoe. B -->George. C -->Wade

These are some examples that I can think of right now:

  • Poldark tv series (Demelza and Ross)

  • Dawson's Creek (Joey and Pacey) I LOVE THEM SO MUCH 😭

  • The Vampire Diaries tv series (Elena and Damon)

  • Baby Daddy (Riley and Danny)

  • Some books by Sarah J. Mass

  • Shatter Me book series by Tahereh Mafi

Thank you in advance. 😊

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Does love exist like they show in movies and drama?
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Can you name any dramas/series/movies (Kdrama, Asian drama, historical, western drama/movies) about an innocent girl and jealous girl, the jealous girl attack her in all way possible while the actor protects the innocent girl. I know there are many dramas that include this but I want to know drama s

Can you name any dramas/series/movies (Kdrama, Asian drama, historical, western drama/movies) about an innocent girl and jealous girl, the jealous girl attack her in all way possible while the actor protects the innocent girl. I know there are many dramas that include this but I want to know drama series/movie which MAIN Plot is this. You can also comment anything similar to what I said. A little more explanation along with the name will be appreciated. Thank you very much in advance. Please vote up this post so I can get more recommendations.

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