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Tuesday, 30 August 2011

Best Supporting Actress 2000

5. Kate Hudson - Almost Famous
I´m very sad, that I have to rank her the fifth, but I just can´t do differently. All of the performances this year are excellent. And so Kate Hudson is. But, unfortunately, she was not as great, as the other actresses, but it doesn´t mean, she was bad. She absolutely shines in her role and is very sexy, too. ;-)

4. Julie Walters - Billy Elliot
Such a great, charming performance. She knows exactly, what must she do in this role and her authoritative ballet teacher is very lovable character. Her scenes with Jamie Bell are fantastic and they make the film unforgettable. Stephen Daldry always knew, how to lead the actors. Great job!

3. Judi Dench - Chocolat
Dame Judi Dench doesn´t spend very much of time on the screen in Chocolat, but she uses every second she appears. Very likable and nice performance was played with a great elegance and charm. I actually kinda love this performance, but was was not enough to get ranked as the first. This was unbelievably strong year in this category!


 2. Frances McDormand - Almost Famous

Excellent. McDormand played a caring mother of a 15-year-old son and she played it wonderfully. It was funny, interesting and even realistic performance, that can be well played only by a great and experienced actress, which Frances McDormand definitely is. I love this performance.

1. Marcia Gay Harden - Pollock
My heart is breaking by a fact, that I have picked only one performance as the best, but I can´t differently. In Pollock, Marcia Gay Harden gives a memorable performance, that you will remember very long time watching the film. This is a realistic performance of a caring wife, that is just unforgettable. And I believe, that the only thing, you´ll remember after a month (after watching Pollock), is Marcia Gay Harden´s performance...

My Nominees:
1. Marcia Gay Harden - Pollock
2. Frances McDormand - Almost Famous
3. Judi Dench - Chocolat
4. Julie Walters - Billy Elliot
5. Jennifer Connelly - Requiem for a Dream

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