The 77th Best Actress of All-Time: Ruth Gordon

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best film: Rosemary’s Baby edges out Harold and Maude here. Both films are excellent but you don’t have to overthink this one, it’s Rosemary’s Baby.  best performance:  Harold and Maude. I have a feeling the actual

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The 78th Best Actress of All-Time: Kirsten Dunst

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best film: Melancholia. This isn’t a slam dunk with how good Sofia’s Marine Antoinette is either. But film, in the new decade, proves Von Trier’s greatness and Dunst is just the latest of his tortured muses

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The 79th Best Actress of All-Time: Hanna Schygulla

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best film:  The Marriage of Maria Braun. I’m in the minority for having this above Berlin but I find his BRD trilogy to be his clear artistic peak. best performance:  The Marriage of Maria Braun-

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The 81st Best Actress of All-Time: Janet Leigh

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best film:  Can’t go wrong with either Touch of Evil or Psycho. Oddly enough both are often considered the second best film from the two great auteurs: Welles and Hitchcock. Anyways, nearly sixty years later

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It Comes at Night – 2017 Shults

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Not a large one but another small feather in the cap for Joel Edgerton and Riley Keough who continue to do steady work lately Shults has a knack for high stress/tension and paranoia through film

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Moonrise Kingdom – 2012 Wes Anderson

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I think the first hour may be the pinnacle of Wes’ style The entire thing is a singular confident vision that’s perfectly executed Heavy brown and wood color—the fake “New Penzanc” island is a perfect

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The 84th Best Actress of All-Time: Harriet Andersson

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best film:  Cries and Whispers is, ever so slightly, superior to Fanny and Alexander and certainly Andersson plays a larger part in this film. She’s more of a solo artist in through a glass darkly

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The 85th Best Actress of All-Time: Anouk Aimée

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best film:  8 ½ or La Dolce Vita would be fine choices on any actor or actresses’ list of best films—and she’s in both. They’re small roles but she’s damn good in both of them.

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The 86th Best Actress of All-Time: Kim Novak

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best film:  Vertigo. It’s one of the all-time great films (top 10 I think for sure still) and the Sight and Sound overall #1 I believe. best performance:  Vertigo. It’s well known that Novak was

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