Thomas McCarthy (who wrote and directed The Station Agent) has a reportedly wonderful, heartbreaking new film in The Visitor, which was screened last night in New York. While the film touches on the heavy issues about the injustice of racial profiling in our post-9/11 world, I encourage you all to join with me in taking on a simpler issue: The hot-as-shit Ryan Gosling, left. Also there: Steve Buscemi, Stanley Tucci, Blythe Danner, Bebe Neuwirth, Patricia Clarkson and many others. The full Good, Bad, and Ugly, after the jump.

The Good:

Aw, Alison Till — you're one of the normals! Yay for looking normal and cute while in stupid movie people land.

How did someone as cool as Blythe Danner spawn someone like Gwyneth Paltrow ?


I saw Danal Gurira and started singing "Lady in Red" in my head.

Dear Patricia Clarkson: You can do no wrong, on the silver screen or sartorially. Xoxo.


I can haz yur awtfit, Sherri Saum?


Stanley Tucci and Steve Buscemi: If only there were a bromance here.

The Bad:


Ay this is just Bebe Neuwirth's finest hour.

Congrats to Jennifer Missoni, the night's token "came-dressed-looking-like-baby-sitter" attendee.


I don't know: I think Irina Panataeva looks a little Ramona from Real Housewives of New York in this one.

The Ugly:


Griffin Dunne: Looking douchey.

[Images via Getty.]