how the critics liked Kelly Reilly's acts and what awards or nominations she got.

"Flight" (2012): Reilly's portrayal of Nicole, a recovering drug addict, in the psychological thriller "Flight" garnered significant praise from critics. Her performance was lauded for its depth, vulnerability, and emotional resonance, adding complexity to the film's narrative.

"Eden Lake" (2008): Reilly's performance in the British horror film "Eden Lake" received praise for its intensity and raw emotion. Critics commended her ability to convey fear, desperation, and determination as she navigated the harrowing ordeal faced by her character.

"Calvary" (2014): In the dark comedy-drama "Calvary," Reilly delivered a nuanced performance as Fiona Lavelle, the daughter of a troubled priest. Critics applauded her portrayal of a complex and conflicted character, noting her ability to convey both vulnerability and strength.

Sherlock Holmes" Series: Reilly's portrayal of Mary Morstan in the "Sherlock Holmes" films was well-received by audiences and critics alike. Her chemistry with co-star Robert Downey Jr. and her ability to bring depth to the character contributed to the films' success. 

British Independent Film Awards (BIFA): Reilly was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress award at the British Independent Film Awards for her performance in "Eden Lake" (2008).

Evening Standard British Film Awards: She received a nomination for Best Actress for her role in "Pride & Prejudice" (2005). Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards: Reilly was nominated for the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in an Action Movie for her performance in "Flight" (2012).

Empire Awards: She received a nomination for Best Actress for her role in "Eden Lake" (2008). National Board of Review: Reilly was part of the ensemble cast of "Flight," which received the Spotlight Award from the National Board of Review in 2012.

London Critics Circle Film Awards: Reilly received nominations for British Actress of the Year for "Me and Orson Welles" (2009) and "Eden Lake" (2008).

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