She manages to always be exciting to watch even if it should have been easy for us to get tired of a character that intense and weird and often pathetic.
Adams doesn't go for subtlety and totally proves that a character can be caricature-like but still feel real, smart, wounded and struggling to live in her own world no matter what.
And quite simply, it's beautiful to watch an actor try that hard and know how to do it.
So, my obvious demand: Give her a movie!
Honorable mentions to:
Rebecca Creskoff for creating a character that feels realistically two-dimensional. Some people are always thinking about how to survive no matter whose dead body they'll have to step over and Creskoff is not afraid to channel that mentality without unnecessarily complicating things.
Anne Heche for being interesting even if, on page, her character is a shallow cliche.
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