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Cake
Claire Simmons (Jennifer Aniston) is in pain. Her physical pain is evident in the scars that line her body and the way she carries herself, wincing with each tentative step. She's no good at hiding...  View more >

Starring Jennifer Aniston, Anna Kendrick, Britt Robertson...  View more >

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Jan 27, 2015
Strickly off the record, I think Jennifer Aniston deserve her Oscar for her role in "Cake." Since the announcement for the 87th Annual Academy Awards, people of those entertainment talk show has complained that Jennifer Aniston has been rob of the Oscar because of hewr intense powerful performance in the movie. When I heard that the movie is coming to town, I decided to check the movi9e out. As former Chicago Bears coach Mike Dikta one siad," I want to see it, not hear about it" Yes she deserves the Oscar, but on the other hand, there are five slot for Best Actress, and she didn't get it. don't hate the Oscar voters; hate the game. Aniston plays a woman who is a chronic pain suffer who takes all those illegal pain killers just to keep the pain away. From those drugs, she sometimes illusional of talking to her dear friend played by Anna Kendrick in another great performance. Seeing her in great pain is powerful to watch. She plays her role very well. Anyone who thinks Jennifer Aniston is wasting her time on the big screen, needs to see this movie. I though so too until see gave a sexual charged performance in "Horrable Bosses 1 and 2." Her role in "Cake" is a conformation that she belongs on the big screen. Seeing this movie is a joy of watch Jennifer aniston doing her very best and we as an audience are there to feel her pain.

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