The Last Station
How much longer can Helen Mirren keep redefining screen sexiness? As Sofya Tolstoy, the love-starved wife of Leo, she tries to seduce her celibate hubby, and, well, if he wasn't going to do anything about it, a good number of guys in the theater would have been more than willing to. It's a ferocious performance by Mirren as a woman determined not to be scorned.
We also loved:
Ellen Burstyn, Lovely, Still; Meryl Streep, Julie & Julia and It's Complicated.
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