Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Red Carpet – Part 2

Posted on January 13, 2012

Because making celebrities cry is Job One here at T Lo Making Celebrities Cry Institute, Ltd.

 

Berenice Bejo in Elie Saab

 Very pretty color; kinda shapeless; wrong shoes.

 

Charlize Theron in Azzedine Alaïa

 Outside of Dior commercials, she doesn’t bring enough drama to her dressing. We think those ruffles would look silly on almost anyone else and we think the point at which they hit her hip is the worst possible point, but we’re thumbs-upping this look because she brought the drama.

 

Chloe Moretz in Chanel

 Fourteen-year-olds shouldn’t be wearing Chanel. They have neither the height nor the attitude for it.

 

Diablo Cody in David Meister

 Great color on her, but somewhat standard otherwise. Overblinged accessories.

 

Elle Fanning in Rodarte

Yes, it’s really weird; yes, the colors against her skin are not particularly flattering. But it’s unusual and bright and has that halfway-between-childhood-and-adulthood quality that works only on girls exactly her age. It’s weird, but it’s striking and appropriate for her. She could’ve just worn another princess gown or mid-sixties A-line party dress. We love that she chose this.

 

Emma Stone in Jason Wu

 Girl is definitely having a green moment. Would that she was also having a bra moment. Looks great otherwise, though.

 

Isabelle Fuhrman in Christian Siriano

 We would like this a lot more if she didn’t have that ridiculously over-ironed hair.

Judy Greer

 Isn’t this the exact dress Laura Linney wears to introduce Downton Abbey each week? That alone indicates this might be a bit too low-key for the event. Laura can barely make it work, but in the end, it’s kinda frumpy.

 

Maya Rudolph

 Chic, sharp, and flattering. Should’ve taken a risk with the shoes.

 

Michelle Williams in Chanel

 Gorgeous.

 

Missi Pyle

 Pageant Barbie.

 

Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji

Fabulously well-suited to her. But she REALLY needs a makeup consult. She has these enormous round eyes and they always seem to be receding into her face in pictures. They could be her best feature with the right makeup artist helping her out.

 

Paul Rudd

 None of the men were interesting. He’s here because he’s cute.

 

Penelope Ann Miller in David Meister

How did she manage to make herself look like she’s here to pick up her Lifetime Achievement Award? We’re used to seeing female stars looking a decade older than their age due to weird style choices, but this is the first time we’ve seen one who managed to add about 30 years to her actual age.

In other words, why does Penelope Ann Miller look like, well, Ann Miller?

Tilda Swinton

 You fabulous bitch.

 

Wendi McLendon-Covey

Pretty, but you can bet her biggest fear of the night was sneezing.

[Photo Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images, Andrew Evans/PR Photos]

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