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10 Rules For Sleeping Around Premiere

John Mccook and Molly McCook - 10 Rules for Sleeping Around Premiere - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 2nd April 2014

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Premiere Of '10 Rules For Sleeping Around' - Arrivals

Molly McCook and Jamie Renee Smith - Los Angeles premiere of '10 Rules For Sleeping Around' held at the Egyptian Theatre - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 1st April 2014

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Molly Mccook and Jamie Renee Smith
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Rock Way Fundraiser

Molly McCook - Rock Way Fundraiser held at Beso - Arrivals - Hollywood, California , United States - Saturday 23rd March 2013

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Excision Review


Very Good

There's an element of parody to this jet-black comedy, but the film is so creepy that it gets under our skin. And even if it feels a bit ridiculous, the story challenges us with an exploration of bullying and social pressure that's deeply unsettling. All while writer-director Bates gleefully keeps us off-balance with a shifting mix of broad comedy and growing horror.

It's also a deranged coming-of-age tale about Pauline (McCord), a teen outcast who delusionally believes that she is destined to be a great surgeon. This is mainly because she wants to cure her sister Grace (Winter) of cystic fibrosis. So she teaches herself surgical skills by piercing her nose, among other things. She also propositions a hot classmate (Sumpter) about losing her virginity, partly because this is in her master plan and partly to annoy his mean-girl girlfriend (McCook), and he doesn't refuse. Meanwhile, her mother (Lords) makes it clear that she doesn't like Pauline, treating her husband (Bart) like dirt while doting on Grace.

The film's opening scenes are like a Todd Solondz movie, with grotesque characters saying staggeringly rude things to each other. And as events unfold, each person develops some complexity that makes them intriguing. It also helps that scenes are packed with lively side characters played by starry veterans. McDowell, Matlin and Wise play school employees who are baffled by Pauline's refusal to toe the line. And Waters is dryly hilarious as the sardonic priest Pauline is forced to see for counselling. 

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Opening Night Of 'Young Frankenstein' At The Pantages Theatre

Molly McCook and Devon Werkheiser - Molly McCook and Devon Werkheiser Hollywood, California - Opening Night of 'Young Frankenstein' at the Pantages Theatre Tuesday 27th July 2010

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2010 VH1 Do Something Awards

Molly McCook and VH1 - Molly McCook and Devon Werkheiser Los Angeles, California - 2010 VH1 Do Something Awards Monday 19th July 2010

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