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Opening night of the new Broadway play 'Hand to God' at the Booth Theatre - Arrivals

Jennifer Westfeldt wearing Catherine Deane - A host of celebrities were photographed as they arrived to the Opening night of the all new Broadway play 'Hand to God' The opening night was held at the Booth Theatre in New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 7th April 2015

Jennifer Westfeldt
Jennifer Westfeldt
Jennifer Westfeldt
Jennifer Westfeldt
Jennifer Westfeldt

Hamilton Opening Night Arrivals

Jennifer Westfeldt - Opening night of the Alexander Hamilton bio-musical Hamilton, at the Public Theater - Arrivals. at Public Theater, - New York, New York, United States - Tuesday 17th February 2015

Jennifer Westfeldt
Jennifer Westfeldt

New York premiere of 'Into The Woods' - Arrivals

Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt - Photographs from the red carpet as a vast array of stars arrived for the World Premiere of Disney's film musical 'Into The Woods' which was held at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 9th December 2014

Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt
Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt

Into The Woods World Premiere Arrivals

Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt - Photographs from the red carpet as a vast array of stars arrived for the World Premiere of Disney's film musical 'Into The Woods' which was held at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 9th December 2014

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Jon Hamm, Jennifer Westfeldt and fan

New York premiere of 'Into The Woods' - Arrivals

Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt - New York premiere of 'Into The Woods' held at the Ziegfeld Theater - Arrivals at Ziegfeld Theater - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 8th December 2014

Video - Jon Hamm And Jennifer Westfeldt Arrive For 'David Letterman' As Snoop Lion Is Spotted Leaving


'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm arrives at the New York studios for 'The Late Show With David Letterman' alongside his partner, 'Kissing Jessica Stein' actress Jennifer Westfeldt. As they smile at photographers before entering the building, Snoop Lion can be seen jogging over to hastily get into an awaiting car.

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Friends With Kids Review


Excellent
With a hilariously smart script and a terrific cast, this romantic comedy rises far above the pack, engaging us emotionally and intellectually while offering some telling observations on the state of modern relationships.

Jason (Scott) and his best friend Julie (Westfeldt) are a bit horrified when their coupled pals Leslie and Alex (Rudolph and O'Dowd) and Ben and Missy (Hamm and Wiig) have children. So they decide to have a child without the baggage of a relationship, freeing them to find the right person once they're already single parents. Their baby son is adorable, and raising him brings them closer as friends while allowing them to pursue romances with the hot Mary Jane (Fox) and the sexy Kurt (Burns). But no one else is buying it.

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Friends With Kids Trailer


Jason and Julie are single thirty-something Manhattanites. They've been best friends since college but aren't remotely attracted to each other.

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Keep Your Distance Review


Weak
About 45 minutes into Stu Pollard's Keep Your Distance, I finally flipped over the DVD case to see exactly what I was watching. Turns out this is a thriller about a couple of stalkers, though the lazy pace of the beginning of the film would hardly tip you off to that.

Gil Bellows headlines as David Dailey, a local Louisville talk radio jock who, we soon find out, is involved in a loveless marriage. Turns out his wife is carrying on a lesbian affair, which is messing with David's rep in town. Meanwhile, young Melody (the always radiant and underexposed Jennifer Westfeldt) isn't quite in love with her boyfriend, but he keeps pushing for fancy trips and even marriage. Soon, David starts getting cryptic cut-out-of-magazine notes and Melody spies a towncar with tinted windows always keeping watch over her. Could these two events be related? Well, never mind that David and Melody meet when he runs her over with his car, the answer is a qualified maybe.

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How to Lose Your Lover Review


OK
Let us ponder for a moment why a film starring two incredibly hot female leads, plus Tori Spelling and cult fave Fred Willard, never made it to theaters and instead comes to us on DVD.

- The title. How to Lose Your Lover, retitled (barely) from the original 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, is far too reminiscent of 10 Thngs I Hate About You and the appallingly bad How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. This film doesn't actually resemble either of those movies, but its too familiar a title to make people run to the cineplex.

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Kissing Jessica Stein Review


Terrible
Filled with situational comedic anecdotes revolving around the currently popular quandary of same-sex romances (a la Jeffrey, Trick, and Go Fish), Kissing Jessica Stein is a trite and conventional 90 minutes of fluff imbued with sappy lessons about faith and following one's dreams.

In the latest iteration of the gay romantic comedy genre, Kissing Jessica Stein explores the world of bisexuality and centers on the various topics of telling your Jewish mother that you enjoy the taste of women and how to mix three shades of lipstick properly to the land the perfect girl.

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Kissing Jessica Stein Review


Good

On the leading edge of romantic comedy, the fresh, frank and melodiously funny "Kissing Jessica Stein" discovers a novel new avenue to stroll down with the genre's reliable old friend, the romantically frustrated New York neurotic.

Nondescriptly pretty, entertainingly insecure copy editor Jessica Stein (Jennifer Westfeldt) has had it up to her 30-year-old eyeballs with bad dates and dysfunctional relationships -- and we can see why in a quick and comical montage of the men with whom she's been fixed up. She also can't take any more of her busybody Jewish mother (Tovah Feldshuh) pointing out eligible men every week at temple while her near-senile grandma points out all their flaws ("The man has no chin!").

So Jessica goes out on a limb. While reading the personal ads for laughs with her scene-stealing best friend (Jackie Hoffman, a wonderfully waggish cross between Cloris Leachman and Annie Lebowitz), she comes across one that genuinely piques her interest with a quote from a her favorite author. The ad is under "Women Seeking Women," but at this point, she figures, what the hell?

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