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Showtime's 2014 Emmy Eve Soiree

Alison Janney - Showtime's 2014 Emmy Eve Soiree held at the Sunset Tower Hotel - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 24th August 2014

Alison Janney
Alison Janney
Alison Janney
Alison Janney
Alison Janney

Showtime's 2014 Emmy Eve Soiree

Alison Janney - Showtime's 2014 Emmy Eve Soiree at Sunset Tower Hotel - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 24th August 2014

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CBS Upfront 2013

Anna Faris and Alison Janney - CBS Upfront held at the Lincoln Center in New York City - New York, NY, United States - Thursday 16th May 2013

Anna Faris and Alison Janney
Anna Faris and Alison Janney

Video - Oliver Platt And Allison Janney Loved Working Together On 'The Oranges'


Oliver Platt and Allison Janney who play Terry and Carol Ostroff in the romantic comedy 'The Oranges' attend a press junket for the movie in New York City and discuss the fun things they did on set between scenes and while the cameras were rolling.

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Away We Go Review


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The fifth film by British theater director Sam Mendes, Away We Go, is the most unkempt movie the director has made so far in his career. It was made while he was still in post-production for last year's excellent adaptation of Richard Yates' Revolutionary Road, a film that was dependent on its form and staginess, and there's a sense that Away was made as a sort of counterpoint not only to the familial dread of Road but also to its style.

It is also the screenwriting debut of the wildly post-modern novelist Dave Eggers and his wife Vendela Vida, novelist and co-founder of literary zine The Believer. Being the recent parents of two children, there's certainly a self-reflexive quality to their script, which tells of the travels of a pair of expecting parents attempting to find a proper home for their awaited progeny.

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Drop Dead Gorgeous Review


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Leaning hard into ham-fisted mockery of beauty pageants and Midwesterners, "Drop Dead Gorgeous" is an exercise in frustration.

It's frustrating because this mocumentary condemnation of the objectification of teenage girls is ripe with thick, delicious layers of irony, but director Michael Patrick Jann -- whose background is in sketch comedy -- allows that irony to be beaten to death by cheap, madcap overacting.

Following two frontrunners in the fictional American Teen Princess Pageant, "Gorgeous" applies its comedy with all the precision of a paint roller. Wide swaths of disposable laughs come from parading the absurdly varied and one-dimensional contestants before the camera. There's a showtune freak with a drag queen brother, a fat chick, an American girl adopted by Japanese immigrants, a brainiac who wants to do a Shakespeare soliloquy in the talent competition, an interpretive dancer and a soccer dyke -- whose death in a farming accident sets up the plot, revolving around how far one girl might go to win.

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