Five reasons why ‘Black Swan’ is more than Natalie Portman

Monday, Nov 29, 2010

Winona Ryder hasn’t been this ‘bad’ since ‘Heathers’

Ryder has been making a long and difficult comeback with supporting roles in films such as “The Private Lives of Pippa Lee” and “Star Trek.” As the company’s fading and emotionally diva, the two-time Oscar nominee finally has a character to really let it all hang out. It was a chancy calculation by Aronofsky that could have gone horribly wrong, but luckily it works.

Source: HitFix.

10 Comments on “Five reasons why ‘Black Swan’ is more than Natalie Portman”

  1. Alguém poderia Traduzir para o Português o que essa tal de Luciana escreveu, Por Favor?

  2. could you please write in english?i don`t speak spain…i`m from germany and don`t write in german here!

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  4. i menat the comments ( pamela padilha ), not the article. i can´t see the sense of writing a comment, and most of the fans can`t read it. i`m just interested in what other fans think.
    das nächste mal kann ich hier ja auch was in deutsch reinschreiben und kein schwein kann das lesen. welchen sinn hat das? aber auch egal.

  5. I totally can understand you Sandra. Maybe is someone who knows I’m Brazilian, she ask for a portuguese translation for the article. Which I could do for her, if asked gently. 🙂

    But yes, you’re right, the majority of our visitors can understand english and don’t need to talk in another language.

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