Elizabeth Taylor

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Well, I'm not going to pile on with everyone else who's ridiculing the announcement that Lindsay Lohan will play Elizabeth Taylor in an upcoming Lifetime Channel TV movie. Her personal life may be a train wreck, but Lohan is by no means a bad actress-check out her thoughtful performances
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The last truly great film performance of Elizabeth Taylor's career was probably as the boozy, bossy Martha, locked in a codependent marriage from hell with her hubby George (Richard Burton) in Mike Nichols' searing Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 45 years ago (I happened to visit Mount Vernon last…
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