Glenn Close

To celebrate the upcoming release of ‘Vice,’ today’s Top 10 ranks the best V.P. performance in movie history, weighing screen time, character integrity, and the quality of the performance itself.

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In ‘The Wife’ Glenn Close delivers a strong performance – a wife on the end of her ropes destined to let go of all the secrets she and her husband have carried throughout their marriage.

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A few years ago, Tim Blake Nelson wrote and directed the dramedy ‘Leaves of Grass.’ That film was original, smart, funny and showed tremendous range for Nelson as a writer and director. I’m not sure what he was trying to accomplish with Anesthesia, but hopefully it’s only a minor step back.

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Albert Nobbs, a passion project for actress Glenn Close, was consistently overlooked or left unfunded for years and only through her tireless struggle has it finally made it to the screen.

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