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ClemBodoc
Rédactrice en chef "Sois gentille, dis merci, fais un bisou". Plongeuse passionnée, je bulle sur
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Equipe de France ⭐⭐ Jun 7
Victoire de l'Equipe de France !!! (4-0) 👊 🇫🇷🇰🇷
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Anne-Cécile Mailfert Jun 7
Cette meuf est magique
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ClemBodoc Jun 7
ON FIRE dans la lutte pour l'accès au droit à L'IVG en France. Elle est sénatrice et elle est en train de faire excellent usage de son mandat, merci à elle ! 👌
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Karima Delli Jun 7
Très heureuse de lancer l'association Objectif Train de Nuit ce matin à Paris: portons ensemble cette alternative, la seule efficace pour réduire l'impact de la mobilité longue distance sur le climat! 🍾 Mieux qu'Objectif Lune: Objectif Train de Nuit! 🚊 > 🚀
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ClemBodoc Jun 7
Hating is way too easy. Doing, failing and trying again, that's playing the right game.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
But hey, this thread probably took ten times the effort that Jezebel post did and it'll get maybe a tenth of the clicks so I dunno, maybe I'm the fool for even responding. But come on guys, at least try.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Honestly, I think a lot of people have a very staid and restrictive idea of what “good acting” is and it benefits nobody to reduce an entire field to good/bad when the sheer layers and subtleties of what a film/performance need are overlooked in favour of glib shit-posting.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Wanna talk about someone who got seriously short changed by the tabloids? Sienna Miller. Look at High Rise, The Lost City of Z, The Girl, Factory Girl... Damn if she doesn't kill as Edie Sedgwick. Give her more to do than be "the wife", already!
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Did we all just forget that Angelina Jolie has an Oscar? Did we forget the fierceness of Gia, Girl Interrupted and, yes, Tomb Raider? Do we have no respect for the ways she can be both so controlled and utterly wild?
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Gal Gadot will define Wonder Woman for generations in a way no one actor has yet done for Batman. She's warm, wide-eyed but not naive, driven and just stubborn enough. She's a leader in that role and it practically radiates from the screen.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
The Fault in Our Stars is SO not my thing, never has been, but I doubt you could have found a more perfect Augustus Waters than Ansel Elgort, who understood the false precociousness as well as the brittle fear of that character's plight.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Are we seriously going to downplay the decade of deft growth and emotional warmth Chris Evans brought to Captain America? Are we really going to overlook how he showed the full range of the mental weight that defined Steve's arc? Not on my watch.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Not a huge Ashton Kutcher fan but there's a reason he was the go-to guy for that abrasive, noisy "token douchebag" role for so long.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Scarlett Johansson has always had the presence and sensitivity of actresses years older than her from many decades ago. The ways she's played around with femme fatale tropes, from Under the Skin to Her, show the relish she has for such parts & the strangeness bubbling underneath.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
A Star is Born went through the full hot takes wringer but everyone could agree on how transformative a performance Bradley Cooper gave. The self-pity, the ego, the heart, the desperate pleading... It'd be unbearable if it wasn't so enthralling. Also he's great as Rocket Raccoon.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Want to see Kevin Costner at the height of his powers? Watch Bull Durham. He's never been funnier or more charming, he's almost like a Billy Wilder anti-hero.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Marky Mark Wahlberg thinks very highly of himself (stop it with the messianic roles), but damn if that performance in Boogie Nights doesn't hold up to this day. His evolution from wallflower to dick-strutting maniac remains hugely gripping.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Armie Hammer is a Ken Doll who is at his best when playing absolute pricks. He can utilize that WASP-y "perfection" so sharply, be it for the arrogance of the Winkelvoss twins or the coked up sleaze in Sorry to Bother You. And of course my eternal fave, The Man From UNCLE.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Amy Adams can do ANYTHING. Who goes from The Master to The Muppets in one damn year?! She can be delicate, adorable, broken, luminous, calculating, forceful, strange, pensive, you name it. Get her that Oscar already.
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Kayleigh Donaldson Jun 6
Replying to @Ceilidhann
Jessica Alba's gotten a raw deal over the years (the perils of being boxed in as the "sex symbol"), but boy did she carry Dark Angel through its absurdities with a surprising force. I would love her to get a role like what Megan Fox got with Jennifer's Body.
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