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Screening Gotham: The Lindsay Index

Some of today's movie news of note from around New York:

--The New York premiere of Georgia Rule Tuesday night was a place for reflection on all things Lindsay Lohan, mostly by her mouthbreathing director Garry Marshall -- if we are to believe the blogosphere. And the Chicago Tribune. And Variety. But as Page Six reports, nobody could really swing with the implosive style of Dina Lohan, the stage mom-cum-red carpet vampire who parlayed her uterine jackpot into an interviewing gig with Entertainment Tonight. Among the impressed: her daughter's co-star Jane Fonda, who apparently high-tailed it from inquiries like, "What was it like working with my daughter?" to expel the tide of vomit dammed so graciously behind her lips. (Trib link via House Next Door)

--At the Film Experience Blog, pop sage Nathaniel R. has the definitive list of who can help save La Lohan from herself, including Drew Barrymore, Winona Ryder and, cautiously, Jesus: "He's awesome but he is not a substitute for rehab. Whitney Houston was, by her own admission, using him instead of seeking treatment and there's lots of filmic evidence that that wasn't a smart move."

--In actual, you know, movie news, Manohla Dargis offers a lovely preview of BAM's Generation Garrel series, which launches today. Steve Dollar has an illuminating look-see at the same program over at The Sun.

Posted at May 10, 2007 9:16 AM

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