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Oct 2010
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Are two wonderful performances enough to help Rosamund Pike enter the awards race?

On Thursday, I linked to Jeff Wells’ declaration that British actress Rosamund Pike (left) deserved to be in the Best Supporting Actress conversation because she was the best thing in both “Barney’s Version” and “Made in Dagenham.” At the time, I had seen the former film (in which she is indeed terrific) but not the latter. But now I’ve seen “Dagenham” too, and I can’t resist reprising the link and saying that while I love Sally Hawkins in the film, and I know that Miranda Richardson is no doubt the smarter Supporting Actress call, Wells is right: Pike has the best scene in the movie, she’s tremendously moving in it, and she fully deserves to be in the mix.

Source: The Wrap

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