Monday, 10 October 2011
Michelle Williams Does It Again!!!!!
Williams is the least showy aspect of the film, an astonishing fact since so many portrayals of Monroe border on cartoon. You can tell the work she put into this performance: not just with the voice, mannerisms and attitude, but with the eyes. Williams draws you into Monroe's wounded soul slowly, carefully and deliberately. -Christopher Rosen,
Williams is luminous and vulnerable. But she also plays Marilyn as a woman who knows what she’s doing. She isn’t a victim. Indeed, this Marilyn is a little bit of a manipulator. Williams gives her an edge that lifts Marilyn off the list of Dead Famous Stars and makes her human. And she sings–Williams shows off a convincing voice–not a “Mr. President” whisper but Marilyn’s real singing voice–another reason Academy voters will embrace her.-Roger Friedman,
I will post my own review of the film soon.But I have to say this to those who were doubtful of michelle,your opinion will change when you watch the film.