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Amy Winehouse was not a person I ever met, and I can't say that I am overly conversant in all of her music. I do have her albums, and years ago, when I first heard her sing, I thought she was extraordinary. The tone of her voice, her phrasing, her raw appearance - these qualities were extremely captivating to me.
Eloquence, at its highest pitch, leaves little room for reason or reflection, but addresses itself entirely to the desires and affections, captivating the willing hearers, and subduing their understanding.
I mean, it didn't matter to me that there were people, it didn't matter that I was shy Just the sound was so captivating that it helped me to get rid of those inhibitions.
Aviation - and space travel, in particular - have always been especially captivating.
Ever since my mother sent me to Saturday morning grammar classes when I was 7, I wanted to become a famous actor. I loved the idea of captivating an audience and moving them truly through performance, but more importantly being recognized and heavily lauded for that talent.
'The Man In High Castle' is one of Dick's most imaginative and captivating works, and certainly one of my favorites.
I always enjoyed movies and in hindsight I realise how captivating they were to me.
Stillness as a technique is still really captivating to me.
I really like the European carols, and I like that captivating sound that they have that isn't usually in Christmas songs.
I love the stuff that makes you laugh and cry. It kind of sucker-punches you a little bit. That's the thing that most interests me as a performer, in addition to telling the most captivating story.
What is more important is finding the soul of the character, and making sure it fits well into this story. And that it be dramatic and interesting and captivating, because these people weren't entertainers, you know.
Mary Stuart Masterson
Communism can't survive the captivating allure of capitalism.
Kristen Stewart is kind of captivating; she can just stare at stuff and it works because I still want to watch it.
In general, shorter is better. If you can encapsulate your idea into a single captivating sentence, you're halfway home.
In 1962, President Kennedy succeeded in captivating Americans by explaining the advantages of being the first country to reach the moon and the dangers of allowing another nation to beat us there.
I think about a Richard Avedon photo series, the kind of faces he gets of real people, which I find so captivating. Fellini was also great in filling his films with this ambiance, this environment, sometimes chaotic and carnival-like, but people's faces were always amazing.
One of the pillars of 'Cyrano' is recreating a love story and, like any archetype, these great stories tend to be captivating , among other things, because they are made of those universal things that move us.
The first time I saw 'Private Practice,' I was hooked. The camera work is captivating, the acting is the-best-of-the-best amazing, and each storyline is so interesting and different.
Rachel G. Fox
A captivating moment was when I realized that people, including myself, were not saying, 'I just bought an item on eBay.' They were saying, 'I just won an item on eBay.' It was the thrill of the hunt. I bought a car on eBay.
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