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Judy—The frightened little-girl eyes, the face constantly shifting in an attempt to resolve itself into a mirthful expression, the reeling, infirm stage presence—Renee Zellweger captures the quality of the very late-period Judy Garland impressively in this biopic. It’s not a great movie, but it’s a great performance. Adapted by Tom Edge from a play by Peter Quilter and directed by Rupert Goold, the film dramatizes Garland in the late ‘60s, dragging her kids to low-paying...