If you fancy something a little different, Hot-Line Tetris is probably the nerviest
As crucial (and faux-melodramatic) as the daughter's search for her haunting father proves to be as it unfolds with the full-throttle energy of the nerviest
speculative fictions, what enthralls more is the serious game of history: Knox reveals how language assembles, distorts, even invents cultural recollection and, ultimately, the stuff of hope, and how each of us must struggle against the pull of chance to fashion our story.
And he closed matters with another single break and his nerviest
Field Diary, made in 1982, is perhaps the nerviest
of all these early films.
Town keeper Alex Smithies' nerviest
moment of the first half was of his own making, with his ninth-minute clearance from onrushing Town old boy Keigan Parker going straight to Danny Whitaker, whose low drive was blocked by Nathan Clarke.
Jamie, 38, Britain's Got Talent's nerviest
contestant, said: "It hurt more than anyone can imagine.
McDonagh's transition here brings to mind David Mamet (a strong influence on McDonagh's stage work), who similarly switched from writing plays to writing and directing brainy thrillers for the screen like "House of Games," "Heist" and "Spartan." In both cases, men with exceptional gifts for theatrical language feel compelled to suppress many of their nerviest
instincts in favor of weak plot-making.
I played against Spartak Moscow for Celtic and that was one of the nerviest
games I've ever had.
But Anfield pride apart, there was little similarity between the magic of Munich and what turned out to be the nerviest
of nights at Newcastle's St James' Park.