Emma Thompson, ‘Last Chance Harvey’

Lead actress in the mix

What’s not to like about Thompson? In a three-year period (1993-’96), she was nominated for five Oscars and won twice (“Howards End” and screenplay for “Sense and Sensibility”). Co-starring another vet, Dustin Hoffman, this charming pic has the potential to win over plenty of voters.

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