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A case of the 'Streep' fever

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When did Meryl Streep become the patron saint of cinema?

Recently, there seems to have been a canonization in the hearts of moviegoers, making every performance Streep takes on (Julia Child in “Julie and Julia,” Sister Aloysious in “Doubt,” Donna in “Mamma Mia”) a miraculous occurrence.

This past Sunday night, Streep was awarded her third Academy Award for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady.”

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