Whether it's about historical events or fictional stories about romance, tension and love, the best drama movie of 2018 brings inspiration and emotion to the audience. What is the best drama movie of the year? Help with the following decision.
The most popular drama movies in 2018 include romance, growth, biography and comedy, including top 12, Chappaquiddick, rely on Peter and license.
Excellent drama movies are usually characterized by eye-catching characters and fascinating storylines. They avoid melodramas and tend to more realistic plots and complex protagonists. Which drama movies in 2018 fit this description? Please vote for 2018 drama movies. Vote for the best drama movie of 2018 and vote against the one you think is overestimated or very bad. If you want to know more, take a look at the top drama movies in 2020.
At the mercy of
Director: James marsh
Mercy is a British biopic directed by James marsh in 2017. Amateur sailor Donald crouchst (Colin Firth) tries to travel around the world alone, while his family is waiting for his return.
Director: oggs lansmos
Beloved is a biographical history film directed by Argus lansmos in 2018. The close relationship between Queen Anne (Olivia Coleman) and Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weitz) is threatened by Sarah's cousin Abigail masham (Emma stone), which leads to a fierce competition for the Queen's favorite.
The disappearance of Sydney Hall
Director: Sean Christensen
The disappearance of Sydney hall is an American suspense drama released in 2017, directed and co written by Sean Christensen. A young novelist (Logan Leman) wrote a Book defining a generation and made him famous all over the world. He was set in a vortex of corruption and destroyed him because he was depicted from 18, 24 and 30.
Prayer before dawn
Director: Jean St é phane sauvaire
"Prayer before dawn" is an English and French drama directed by Jean St é phane sauvaire in 2017. The true story of a British Boxer (Joe Cole) locked up in Thailand's most notorious prison. He fought in a Thai boxing championship to gain freedom.
Director: Samuel mautz
Foxtrot is an Israeli drama directed by Samuel mautz in 2017. The film describes the sadness and confusion experienced by a wealthy Tel Aviv couple after learning that their son, a soldier, died on duty, as well as the war conditions in which their son fought.