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2015 Tribeca Film Festival - 'Anesthesia'

Tod Williams and Gretchen Mol - A variety of celebrities turned out in numbers for the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival as they attended the Premiere of 'Anesthesia' at BMCC in New York City, United States - Wednesday 22nd April 2015

Tod Williams and Gretchen Mol

Picture - Architects Billie Tsien and Tod... , Friday 18th May 2012

Tod Williams - Architects Billie Tsien and Tod Williams Friday 18th May 2012 The Barnes Museum Opening Gala

Picture - Tod Williams and his wife... New York City, USA, Saturday 5th February 2011

Tod Williams and Gretchen Mol - Tod Williams and his wife Gretchen Mol New York City, USA - The 63rd Annual Writers Guild Awards held at the AXA Equitable Center - Arrivals Saturday 5th February 2011

Tod Williams and Gretchen Mol
Tod Williams and Gretchen Mol

Picture - Tod Williams and Gretchen Mol New York City, USA, Tuesday 14th December 2010

Tod Williams and Gretchen Mol - Tod Williams and Gretchen Mol New York City, USA - New York Premiere of 'True Grit' at the Clearview Cinemas Ziegfeld Theater. Tuesday 14th December 2010

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Paranormal Activity 2 Trailer


Paranormal Activity 2 picks up where the first film left off. With Katie's whereabouts unknown, her family believe her to be dead. When Katie's sister and young family move into a new house, they begin to experience hauntings similar to those of Katie and her boyfriend Micah. The question is, who's haunting them and is Katie still alive?

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The Adventures of Sebastian Cole Review


Terrible
If your "adventures" involved your dad having a sex change operation while you were struggling through high school, would you make a movie about it?

Well, me neither.

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The Door in the Floor Review


Grim
Adapted from the first third of John Irving's sprawling novel A Widow For One Year, Tod Williams' The Door in the Floor is a high-minded piece of manipulative melodramatic bunk (with a horrible title) that rides a rising crest of pretension before splashing moviegoers down into a cold bath of self-indulgent faux tragedy. The story of an unhappy couple who welcome, with calamitous consequences, a young teen into their lives during a summer at their beachfront home, it's a disingenuous film that deals in the upper-class ennui and sorrow of The Ice Storm and Moonlight Mile, desperately clinging to an affected pose of photogenic misery but failing to even approximate reasonable human emotion or behavior.

Eccentric children's book author and womanizer Ted Cole (an adequately flaky Jeff Bridges) lost his two sons in a car accident years ago, and though he and his wife Marion (Kim Basinger) have relocated to a quaint New Hampshire town and attempted to fill the void in their lives by having daughter Ruth (Elle Fanning), they're still reeling from their family catastrophe and poised to separate. In a supremely idiotic decision, Ted hires Eddie (Jon Foster), a young student from Phillips Exeter Academy who looks just like his deceased oldest son, to be his assistant. However, the freewheeling writer - whose hipness is supposedly confirmed by his penchant for walking around naked in front of others, making erotic sketches of his mistress Mrs. Vaughn (Mimi Rogers), and listening to skanky hip-hop before watching Girls Gone Wild - makes a grave mistake by having the kid work during the day at his wife's nearby apartment. Eddie takes a masturbatory liking to Marion's bra and panties, and when he's caught in the act of self-gratification by the female object of his desire, she's all too willing to accommodate his Mrs. Robinson-patterned longings.

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