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2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Kelly Lynch and Mitch Glazer - 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party held at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 2nd March 2014

Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch

Banana Republic, L'Wren Scott And Krista Smith Celebrate The Launch Of The Banana Republic L'Wren Scott Collection

Kelly Lynch and Mitch Glazer - Banana Republic, L'Wren Scott And Krista Smith Celebrate The Launch Of The Banana Republic L'Wren Scott Collection At Chateau Marmont - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 20th November 2013

Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch and Mitch Glazer
Kelly Lynch

Magic City Season 2 Premiere

Kelly Lynch, Mitch Glazer, Michael Rispoli and Danny Huston - 'Magic City' Season 2 Premiere Fashion Event at Duffy Square in Times Square - New York City, NY, United States - Wednesday 12th June 2013

Kelly Lynch
John Cenatiempo, Michael Rispoli, Mitch Glazer, Kelly Lynch and and Danny Huston
Kelly Lynch and Danny Huston
Kelly Lynch and Danny Huston
Kelly Lynch, Mitch Glazer, Michael Rispoli and Danny Huston

16th Annual EIF Women''s Cancer Research Fund's 'An Unforgettable Evening'

Kelly Lynch and Mitch Glazer - 16th Annual EIF Women''s Cancer Research Fund's 'An Unforgettable Evening' presented by Saks Fifth Avenue at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Thursday 2nd May 2013

Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch
Kelly Lynch and Mitch Glazer

2013 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Mitch Glazer and Kelly Lynch - 2013 Vanity Fair Oscar Party - West Hollywood, California, United Sates - Saturday 23rd February 2013

Scrooged Review


Good
Treatments of A Christmas Carol don't get much more quirky -- or memorable -- than this 1988 adaptation of the Dickens classic, done with no attempt to maintain respect for the stuffy source material. As a Scrooge-like TV producer (producing a live adaptation of A Christmas Carol, starring Mary Lou Retton as Tiny Tim), Bill Murray doesn't even come close to stealing the show from a host of characters who do: Bob Goldthwait as a gun-toting Cratchitt type, Carol Kane as a memorably pugilistic ghost of Christmas present, and many more. Not quite a "classic," but a roaring good time.

Great Expectations (1998) Review


Grim
You know, I didn't like the book Great Expectations when I was in high school, so I don't know why anyone thought it would be liked any better now. Hawke's meddling with the story is well-documented (including changing the main character's name from Pip to Finn). Then there's the updating to the 20th century, making Pip, er, Finn an artist (and a bad one at that), Bancroft's horrific drag-queenish dance instructor. De Niro's lost expression. Ugh. I'll take the book over this.

Scrooged Review


Good
Treatments of A Christmas Carol don't get much more quirky -- or memorable -- than this 1988 adaptation of the Dickens classic, done with no attempt to maintain respect for the stuffy source material. As a Scrooge-like TV producer (producing a live adaptation of A Christmas Carol, starring Mary Lou Retton as Tiny Tim), Bill Murray doesn't even come close to stealing the show from a host of characters who do: Bob Goldthwait as a gun-toting Cratchitt type, Carol Kane as a memorably pugilistic ghost of Christmas present, and many more. Not quite a "classic," but a roaring good time.

Great Expectations Review


Grim
You know, I didn't like the book Great Expectations when I was in high school, so I don't know why anyone thought it would be liked any better now. Hawke's meddling with the story is well-documented (including changing the main character's name from Pip to Finn). Then there's the updating to the 20th century, making Pip, er, Finn an artist (and a bad one at that), Bancroft's horrific drag-queenish dance instructor. De Niro's lost expression. Ugh. I'll take the book over this.

The Recruit Review


OK
Rarely do I have any trouble coming up with a way to lead into a movie review. But The Recruit has really thrown me a puzzle. Do I say something about its slick Hollywood production values and typically over-the-top performance by Al Pacino? Do I comment on its wealth of technical implausibilities? Or should I say something about how you should never trust a redhead, newbie spy James's (Colin Farrell) first obvious mistake in the film?

None of these leads really grabbed me, but then again, neither did The Recruit. It's a glossy and well-massaged thriller, designed to give you two hours of eye candy and gently massage your brain -- but not too much! After all, a fickle mass audience might be weighing their investment against the simplicity of Kangaroo Jack.

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