Lucie Arnaz - The Paley Center For Media's Tribute To African-American Achievements In Television at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 18th May 2016
Judy Kaye, Lucie Arnaz, John Rubenstein and Christine Ebersole - John Rubenstein Sardi's portrait unveiling held at Sardi's theatre district eatery. - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 31st July 2014
Lucie Arnaz, Memorial, Marvin Hamlisch, Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Julliard School. New York and City Tuesday 18th September 2012 Lucie Arnaz attending the Memorial to honor Marvin Hamlisch, held at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater at Julliard School. New York City, USA
"Down To You" is like being cornered at a party by some sad, drunk guy whose girlfriend has just dumped him.
The expressionless Freddie Prinze, Jr. ("Wing Commander") is the guy, a recent college grad who talks to the camera incessantly and without zeal about Julia Stiles ("10 Things I Hate About You"), the dream-girl co-ed that broke his heart. He tells the whole story of their prefabricated, paper doll romance in trite and exasperating detail -- not a moment of which even hints at originality -- and all the while you sit in the audience, dying to change the subject.
This is Miramax's second annual dim-bulb teen romance to be dumped in the cinematic bone yard of late January. The pathetic "She's All That" -- a "Pygmalion" redo (also starring Prinze) that preached the keys to happiness as lip gloss and popular boyfriends -- also came from the formerly highfalutin art house, which didn't even screen this movie for the press (officially, the print was lost). A fact that indicates the studio realizes how low it has sunk.
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