Blessed are those who have learned to acclaim you, who walk in the light of your presence, O Lord.
Prestige and acclaim are hard currency in the film business, in many ways more valuable than money.
Let us be honest, if you are Lionel Messi and you have the talent, the medals, the money and the acclaim, all that is really left is getting one over the poser from Portugal.
But the path from innate talent to wealth, fame and universal acclaim was not entirely straightforward.
O was released some time ago overseas, to no small amount of critical and public acclaim.
Recent large-scale relief missions after the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia and the 2005 earthquake in Pakistan brought acclaim to the U .S. military and the U.S. government.
And exported to more than twenty countries around the world and regions, and foreign- wide acclaim.
If America had denounced Charlie, he had his family -- and the acclaim of the rest of the world.
Her critical acclaim increased when she played strong roles in the made- for - TV movies True Women (1997), and in George Wallace (1997) which won her a Golden Globe award and an Emmy nomination.
TV is about the mass audience, not auteurs or political correctness or even critical acclaim.