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The commercials for the Amy Adams-Frances McDormand vehicle Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day are just about all we saw on TV this weekend. And though the movie is supposedly good the trailer did nothing for us. However! The premiere did, thanks to the presence of such men as Morgan Freeman (left) to Pushing Daisy's Lee Pace to "top American designer" Michael Kors to our favorite Judy Garland, Rufus Wainwright. (Of course, Amy Adams was there too). The full Good, Bad, and Ugly from the premiere, after the jump.

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The Good:

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It's not green Proenza Schouler, but Amy Adams still looks sleek.

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Nom nom Lee Pace!

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Bharat Nalluri gives a lesson in how men ought to dress.

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Correction: James Schamus gives a lesson in how men ought to dress.

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Jane Alexander stays classy.


The Bad:

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Carol Alt: So, um, early 90's?

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Why do Steve Buscemi and his wife Jo Andres look so sad in their clothes?

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The question must be asked: Is Michael Kors wearing a woman's coat?

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Tom Payne: Sunburned or stoned?


The Ugly:

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Stop breaking our hearts, Rufus Wainwright, and put away the Christmas sweaters.

[Images via Getty.]

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DISCUSSION

It always weird to see Morgan b/c he looks just like my dad. My brother-in-law always asks, "Have you ever noticed that whenever your dad goes off for a business trip Morgan Freeman makes another movie."

(Also , thank you for not ranking his wardrobe. Some people should be excluded from such judgment.)