On tuesday, Michelle attended the Premiere of I FEEL PRETTY, she was stunning in a beautiful Louis Vuitton dress, as usual beautiful makeup by Angela Levin, and hair by Adir Abergel, you will find more than 400 images in the gallery.
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Michelle got raves for her performance in I FEEL PRETTY ( in theaters tomorrow ), here are some reviews :
indieWIRE / David Ehrlich:
“This is the part when we pause to talk about Michelle Williams, who plays fashion heiress Avery LeClaire like a live-action anime character. Dropping an all-time performance into an average movie, Williams wears an ice-cold Miranda Priestly vibe as a shield to deflect attention from her character’s squeaky little doll voice. It’s a symptom of terrible self-doubt, one that leaves Avery so preoccupied with how she sounds that she doesn’t bother to think about what she says. Every line slays. “I thought I smelled animal products,” she coos to Renee upon finding her in the cafeteria. Also, she’s wearing a dress embroidered with golden retrievers at the time. The race for Best Supporting Actress starts here.”
VOX / Alissa Wilkinson:
“Complaints aside, the existence of I Feel Pretty (written and directed by rom-com vets Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein) is very nearly justified by one bright, shining beacon of hope: Michelle Williams’s performance as Avery LeClaire, heiress to and CEO of a cosmetics empire launched by her grandmother Lily LeClaire (Lauren Hutton).
Williams can do most anything she’s asked to do — her past five movies include one mega-cheesy circus musical, one prestige drama, one Cannes premiere, one quiet arthouse drama, and one weeper that landed her a fourth Oscar nomination — but as Avery she is, and I’m only half-joking here, a revelation. Dolled up (that’s the only way to describe it) within an inch of her life, with a voice pitched high and breathy, she gives a comic performance that’s just about worth the price of admission.”
Hollywood Reporter / Sheri Linden:
“The gifted Williams, who’s had few opportunities to work in a comic vein, proves unsurprisingly adept at it. Breathy-voiced and blank-faced, her character has a feather-light physicality, enhanced by Debra McGuire’s costumes and played up by the helmers and DP Florian Ballhaus with a well-deployed bit of slo-mo. Like Tilda Swinton’s magazine editor in Trainwreck, Williams is the movie’s standout surprise.”
Village Voice / Bilge Ebiri:
“Michelle Williams, stealing every scene she’s in with ruthless efficiency…”
TheFilmFile / Dustin Putnam:
“Michelle Williams (2017’s “The Greatest Showman”), underused for too long in the world of comedy, is a highlight as Avery LeClaire, the willowy CEO who fears the high, baby-doll pitch of her voice is a hindrance to being taken seriously. Williams’ bold choices in playing this character could have gone very wrong, but she commits so fully to becoming Avery one cannot help but love her every minute onscreen.”