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Wasikowska’s performance as Penelope is arresting, if also a bit unmodulated in its spitfire ferocity.
Many of his recent roles, dominated by unmodulated anger, have obscured the memory of his easy charm as Han Solo and Indiana Jones.
Her performance is often extreme and unmodulated, swinging wildly in either direction, especially in her dramatic scenes with Michael.
Mrs. Clinton seemed careful to be impassioned but not overly aggressive, while Mr. Sanders was his typically emphatic self, waving his hands frequently as his unmodulated voice rose at times to a near-holler.
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