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Viggo Mortensen Aura Reading Movie Review

Viggo Mortensen Aura Reading celebrity reading

This Viggo Mortensen Aura Reading celebrates his performance as “Captain Fantastic.”

A Viggo Mortensen Aura Reading Movie Review? Viggo, of all people? For joy! (Quite literally.)

Keep reading and you’ll see what I mean.

At our Contest for This Year’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews.GRACE T has nominated Viggo Mortensen in “Captain Fantastic.” Thanks, GRACE. 🙂

Amazingly, the star also makes an appearance on my Enlightenment Life List

Of course, being released during the bleak year of 2016, this flick isn’t exactly a joy romp. Definitely don’t expect to spot Frodo. 😉

Mark Ruffalo Aura Reading Movie Review

Mark Ruffalo Aura Reading Movie Review

Mark Ruffalo Aura Reading Movie Review. Energetically how great was his Oscar-nominated performance?

Mark Ruffalo Aura Reading Movie Review. Sure Ruffalo was nominated for a great performance, but what did he deliver… energetically?

At our Aura Reading Movie Review of Rachel McAdams’s performance in “Spotlight,” she did the best of any actors this year who’s received the full-out energetic literacy treatment.

Was excellence alive on that set or what? Today let’s turn to another actor from that film. He was likewise nominated for a Best Supporting role: Mark Ruffalo.

Aura Reading Movie Review Starring Rachel McAdams

Rachel McAdams, ready for her aura reading movie review

Rachel McAdams, ready for her aura reading movie review

At our Contest for This Year’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews, Rachel McAdams has been nominated by two of our Canadian Blog-Buddies, BRANDI and CATHY.

What a shock! I’ll be researching a role that is way less freaky and scary than any of the other performances that I’ve researched for you’all so far for Academy Awards 2016.

As you may know, aura reading and Skilled Empath Merge magnify the intensity of an experience. “Ordinary” people in everyday life become plenty dramatic, and they’re certainly entertaining enough to fascinate me.

So, with an anticipatory sigh of relief, let’s explore the depths of Rachel McAdams’ performance as…

A reporter. Just a reporter in that role, I hope.

Granted, in “Spotlight” she’s researching the Catholic Church’s clergy sex-abuse scandal… and only those who have seen the movie can tell me if the character has some hideous backstory.

Perhaps a vendetta related to her beloved twin brother? A wrecked and ruined altar boy, years later deceased due to drilling extremely large “stigmata” onto his wrists as a cry for help?

Aura Reading Movie Review Starring Anne Hathaway

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How could I resist researching adorable Anne Hathaway? Granted, she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress, not Best Actress. Not her fault. The part was, technically, smaller than biggy-big.

What really got me curious about this role was reading how everyone’s movie singing was done “live,” (unlike, say, presidential inauguration singing). And that Anne practiced a bit in advance of her performance about, specifically, how to vocalize while crying. As quoted in Hathaway’s interview for “Parade” magazine: