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  November 27th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

The Movie of the Week section has come to an end this week and it has been a great joy to revisit Meryl’s films – my own favorites and those I haven’t seen in a while. Also, it has been very interesting to read your comments and thoughts on the spotlighted films each week. Since it’s a wrap – what has been your favorite Meryl Streep performance so far? Or your favorite film? Or your particular favorite scene? You’re invited to browse the video archive to rewatch clips from all of Meryl’s films, check the filmography pages for background information on her productions or browse the previous Movie of the Week entries to get some inspiration. Please share your thoughts in the comments.

  November 25th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

It’s a wrap for the “Movie of the Week”. Within the last year, every film has been spotlighted, and I’ve saved the best for last – Meryl’s performance as Lindy Chamberlain in Fred Schepisi’s “A Cry in the Dark”. New DVD screencaptures have been added alongside new production stills and promotional pictures. Three new clips have been added to the video archive. Production notes and review after the cut. Additionally, you can check the site special on the real Lindy Chamberlain. As always, please share your thoughts on “A Cry in the Dark” in the comments.

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  November 18th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Today spotlight features my second-favorite performance, “Marvin’s Room”, Jerry Zak’s 1996 drama co-starring Diane Keaton and Leonardo DiCaprio. New DVD screencaptures have been added to the image library as well as additional production stills. Three new clips can be found in the video archive, alongside various interviews, featurette and Meryl and Carly Simon recording “Two Little Sisters”. Production notes and review after the cut. As always, please share your thoughts on “Marvin’s Room” in the comment. And check back next week for the “Movie of the Week” finale.

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  November 11th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

With only three films left to cover, today I spotlight my third favorite performance – as Karen Silkwood in Mike Nichols’ “Silkwood”. New DVD screencaptures have been added to the image library and all production, promotional and photoshoot pictures have been re-added in better quality. Three new clips can be found in the video archive. Also, make sure to read the site’s special on the real Karen Silkwood. Production notes and review after the cut. As always, please share your thoughts on “Silkwood” in the comments.

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  November 4th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Today’s Movie of the Week fits perfectly for a rainy Sunday – Sydney Pollack’s 1986 “Out of Africa”. Lots of updates have been made for the film, including new DVD screencaptures, deleted scenes and documentary screencaptures as well as over 100 re-added production stills and on-set pictures. Three new clips can be found in the video archive. Also, make sure to read the site special about the real Karen Blixen. Production notes and review after the cut. As always, please share your thoughts on “Out of Africa” in the comments. For the Movie of the Week section, only three films are left, and I’ve saved my three personal films for the finale, so check back next Sunday.

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  October 28th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

This Sunday’s spotlight features one of Meryl’s best performances of all time – in Alan Pakula’s 1982 “Sophie’s Choice”. To cover the film, lots of updates have been made. All of the production stills, promotional pictures and on-set pictures have been re-uploaded with many new additions, alongside photoshoot pictures to promote the film. Over 1.500 DVD screencaptures have been re-added as well. In the video archive, four new clips have been uploaded, and the 2001 documentary on the film, Death Dreams Of Mourning is still worth a watch. Production notes and review after the cut. As always, please share your thoughts on the film in the comments.

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  October 21st, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

This Sunday we spotlight “The Bridges of Madison County”, Clint Eastwood’s 1995 romance that features one of Meryl’s greatest performances of the 1990s. Lots of updates have been made on the film, including new DVD screencaptures, over 100 new production stills, promotional pictures, on-set pictures and deleted scenes. The video archive has been updated as well with new clips and a lenghty excerpt from the 2008 documentary on the film’s making, An Old-Fashioned Love Story, which is worth a watch. Production notes and review after the cut. As always, please share your comments on “The Bridges of Madison County” in the comments.

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  October 14th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

This Sunday we cover a fan’s favorite – “Mamma Mia”. Some big updates have been made to spotlight the film: New Blu-Ray screencaptures have been added and all other pictures – production stills, promotional pictures, on-set pictures and making of captures – have been re-added in better quality. The video archive has been added with compilation videos of her promotional interview tours in Greece, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany, Australia and the United States. There’s also three new clips from the film. Production notes and review after the cut. As always, please share your thoughts on “Mamma Mia” in the comments.

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  October 7th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

As we’ve covered Meryl’s motion picture debut last week, this Sunday we spotlight her first television appearance – in the 1977 drama “The Deadliest Season”. New screencaptures have been added to the gallery and a clip can be found in the video archive. Production notes and review after the cut. As always, please share your thoughts on “The Deadliest Season” in the comments.

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  September 30th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

This week we cover “Julia”, Meryl’s 1977 motion picture debut. Since the role is really brief, not much material is available, but the image library has been updated with new DVD screencaptures (with many thanks to Katrin for guiding the film to me), a nice picture from the set (many thanks to Alvaro) and two stills from deleted scenes. The clips in the video archive have been updated in better quality as well. Production notes and review after the cut. As always, please share your thoughts on “Julia” in the comments.

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