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An Act of God Opening Night Party Arrivals

Tim Kazurinsky, Jim Parsons and Christopher Fitzgerald - Opening night party for Broadway play An Act of God at Studio 54 - Arrivals. at Studio 54, - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 29th May 2015

Tim Kazurinsky and Christopher Fitzgerald
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Tim Kazurinsky, Jim Parsons and Christopher Fitzgerald

An Act of God Opening Night Curtain Call

Christopher Fitzgerald - Opening night of Broadway play An Act of God at Studio 54 - Curtain Call. at Studio 54, - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 29th May 2015

'An Act of God' photocall at Studio 54

Christopher Fitzgerald, Jim Parsons, David Javerbaum and Tim Kazurinsky - 'An Act of God' photocall at Studio 54 at Studio 54, - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 14th May 2015

Christopher Fitzgerald, Jim Parsons, David Javerbaum and Tim Kazurinsky
Christopher Fitzgerald, Jim Parsons, David Javerbaum and Tim Kazurinsky

Chicago Landmark Performance Curtain Call

Christopher Fitzgerald, Bianca Marroquin, James Naughton, Ann Reinking, Walter Bobbie, Bebe Neuwirth, Joel Grey, Amra-Faye Wright and Raymond Bokhour - Photographs from a curtain call as the musical 'Chicago' became the second longest running Broadway show in history at the Ambassador Theatre in New York City, New York, United States - Sunday 23rd November 2014

Christopher Fitzgerald, Bianca Marroquin, James Naughton, Ann Reinking, Bebe Neuwirth, Joel Grey, Amra-Faye Wright and Raymond Bokhour

Chicago 18th Anniversary on Broadway

Donna Marie Asbury, Christopher Fitzgerald, Amy Spanger, Stephanie Pope, Barry Weissler and Raymond Bokhour - The 18th anniversary of the Broadway musical Chicago at the Ambassador Theatre. at Ambassador Theatre - New York, New York, United States - Saturday 15th November 2014

Donna Marie Asbury and Christopher Fitzgerald
Christopher Fitzgerald
Christopher Fitzgerald
Donna Marie Asbury and Christopher Fitzgerald
Donna Marie Asbury and Christopher Fitzgerald

Girl Most Likely Review


Good

Even though this comedy has a tendency to dip into cartoonish silliness, it's anchored by a razor-sharp performance by Wiig as a woman forced to confront everything she hates about herself. The film is also packed with hilarious moments that keep us laughing, and it also gets surprisingly sexy and emotional along the way.

Wiig plays Imogene, who has done nothing with her career after winning a rising-star playwright award. Then she loses her day job as a listings editor just as her high-flier boyfriend (Petsos) leaves her. When she fakes a suicide attempt to get some attention, she's court-ordered to move in with her free-spirited mother Zelda (Bening) back home in New Jersey. There she struggles with Zelda's colourful boyfriend George (Dillon), who claims to be a top-secret spy, her goofy-inventor brother Ralph (Fitzgerald) and the smart, sexy and very young lodger Lee (Criss) who rents her old bedroom. But just as she's beginning to cope, a family secret shakes her to the core.

Even as the script strains to be improbably zany, Wiig holds the film together with a startlingly honest comical turn. From the start we knew she didn't fit in with her Manhattan friends, and her slightly out-of-control personality is much more suited to the Jersey Shore. Her scenes with Criss are very nicely played, as they develop an unexpected relationship. By contrast, Bening struggles to appear as dim as Zelda seems to be, while Dillon hams it up as her fantasist toy boy and Fitzgerald's Ralph is so nutty that he seems to be from another movie altogether.

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Girl Most Likely Trailer


Imogene cannot seem to move on from her unsuccessful career as a playwright in New York and her destroyed relationship with a former boyfriend. Dreaming of the past and what could've been, she goes into meltdown and wakes up in the bed of a psychiatric unit with a doctor informing her that she must either stay in hospital or be cared for by a close relative. She is ultimately forced to go back to her hometown in New Jersey to be with her wayward mother who has never had the ability to take care of her properly as a child let alone as an adult. However, when she gets home, she discovers that her mother is living with an eccentric compulsive liar and has rented out Imogene's bedroom to a young man, who happens to be rather charming. She soon learns that in order to get better and be able to stand on her own two feet again, she must accept her family as it is and forgive her mother for her past struggles.

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