The fine people at New York Magazine have created the best chart of all time, ever. They've devoted their Matrix entirely to Meryl Streep. They've charted her roles on an X-axis (I paid attention in Algebra) of "Cold" to "Warm" and a Y-axis of "Frivolous" to "Serious." It really is spectacular. Anybody want to place bets on where Julie & Julia falls? Just two notes from the author and an editor:
Max Berlinger: I think that Defending Your Life is placed to close to "Serious."
Alex Panisch: How could they not put in A Cry in the Dark? Did a dingo take her off the list?