Richard Jenkins Aura Reading Review. Last but not least, ta da! Our final movie critique for 2018.
Gary Oldman Aura Reading Movie Review. Since the acclaimed actor won raves for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour”! Inquiring minds who read auras want to know.
Saoirse Ronan Aura Reading Movie Review. First of all, it’s her third Oscar nomination. Will she win this time? Beyond that, will this charismatic actress score top Aura Change Points?
Especially cool if you’re hooked on this application of energetic literacy… Fascinating Saoirse is a newcomer. Delightfully new to any kind of aura reading by me or guest posters here!
Incidentally, about pronouncing that fine Irish name? While hosting “Saturday Night Live,” she advised viewers to call her SIR-sha. (My spelling of the sound.) “Rhymes with inertia.” 😉
Timothée Chalamet Aura Reading Movie Review. He’s young. He’s fresh. And most definitely cute. But how well did this cute kid perform? Was his role convincing.. all the way down to subconscious mind and aura energies?
Today’s I’ll research the French-American actor. Nominated for his starring role in “Call Me By Your Name.”
Daniel Kaluuya Aura Movie Review. During his Oscar-nominated performance, what happened? Did the actor change all the way down deep within his aura?
Because that’s really acting greatness. Granted, it’s hard enough to change on the surface. Just doing your acting job. In front of the lights and the cameras. Springing into “Action” on demand.
Sam Rockwell Aura Movie Review. So often, Supporting Actor Oscar nominee Sam Rockwell steals the scene. How does he do that? What does his aura reveal?
Especially interesting, this time the popular character actor is up for his first Academy Award.
Natalie Portman Aura Reading — have you been curious about her performance? Are you wondering, will she win her second Oscar? All the more fun for us, doing today’s aura reading movie review!
Certainly I’ve been wanting to give you that energetic literacy research. Her acclaimed performance is favored by many. Will she win the Oscar this Sunday. Besides, I’ve admired her work for so many years.
Beyond that, Americans of a certain age can remember: Where were you when you learned about Kennedy’s death? Perhaps you can relate, Boomer Blog-Buddies from the U.S.
- Enormous acting talent, brilliantly focused?
- Natural charisma when playing himself. Which might generate great admiration.
- An enticing ability to appear “natural” on screen? (In the manner of Julia Roberts and Renee Zellweger, and arguably their greatest talent.)
- Cashing in on good karma. (See our Comments 4-5 at this aura reading movie review.)
Film buffs may debate all this at great length. However we aura readers have an advantage. (Whether we’re film buffs or not, actually.) There’s nothing like aura reading movie reviews: We can get to the heart, the stomach, the lungs of a performance.
A Michael Shannon Aura Reading Movie Review for a Nocturnal Performance. Even though it’s daytime, I’m going to give you that, sorta.
Okay, “Noctural Animals” is the precise name of the movie where Shannon gave a lauded performance. Where, I’m guessing, he did most of his acting in the daytime. Certainly, earning an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor isn’t the same as sleepwalking.
Have any of you Blog-Buddies seen this? A filmic Nocturnal Performance of the Animals…. Please let us know what you thought of it.
Me, I’m content to sample the movie — and Michael Shannon’s performance — by snooping into his aura. Did those small parts of it, chakra databanks, change much? Or did he merely deliver a performance that was surfacey-superb?
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 Years 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. 😉