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However, some tapes, such as "How To Deal With Difficult People," are overacted, which lessens the impact of an otherwise sound message.
A section of behind-the-bike-shed gigglers actually enjoy this woefully scripted, wildly overacted tosh.
But it was camply comic,occasionally serious -though the overacted comedy rather overtook the proceedings.
Nothing in this rings true and even the honorable efforts of Gary Sinise, Charlize Theron, an impressive opening scene and a few interesting plot twists can't save this overblown and overacted actioner from imploding.
Though she slightly overacted in her first performance, her second produced a sensitive and sympathetic heroine, clearly showing the development of giddy girlish affection into deep, devoted love.
All of the cameo roles, played by members of the ensemble, are overacted with verve, especially the series of amateur playwrights that dog Oscar.
However, as long as unsophisticated people like Mike James and his ilk continue to giggle hysterically at the moronic antics of this juvenile, witless, wildly overacted tosh, the situation will not improve.
Still not sure who overacted the most but it's a three-way tie between Ciaran Griffiths (PC Gary Best),Connie Hyde (Cathy Bradford) and Russell "Call Me Brando" Floyd (Ken Drummond).
But then the one-eyed monster did its evil work, and it was a sad caricature of the man who slurped, sloshed, and overacted his way through Asia and Africa in his final lacklustre BBC2 series.
Her strength gives unity to the piece when the ensemble's group choreography falters or when other central characters are occasionally overacted. The excellent Tony Fabre, formerly with Compania Nacional de Danza, imbues his role as the Nubian with serpentine sinuousness.
Out of sight, out of mind within episodes of the overacted death scene.