Portia Reiners
Portia Reiners
Portia Reiners is an American actress. She is most recognizable for her role as Britney Jennings on One Life to Live.
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'Twelve Thirty' - AZ Central.com
Google News - over 5 years
The film begins with an intriguing shot of the face of Mel (Portia Reiners), who is talking and flirting with Jeff (Jonathan Groff) in the restaurant where they work. He is doing the same. Their conversation extends to a sort of extemporaneous date,
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Jeff Lipsky, Writer-Director of Twelve Thirty - San Diego Reader (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
For me, the real discovery of the movie is Portia Reiners who plays…uhh... JL (Laughing): Yes, Mel. Thank you. You have this 19-year-old woman playing her age and even though she's been an actress since she was nine, I was not familiar with any of her
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Movie review: Twelve Thirty - Pegasus News
Google News - almost 6 years
Jeff (Jonathan Groff) is working up the nerve to ask his high school crush Mel (Portia Reiners) out on a date. They're preparing to leave the restaurant where they both work, and she's relating a seemingly far-fetched and in no way flattering tale
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Flat, minor-key take on family dysfunction - Philadelphia Inquirer
Google News - almost 6 years
Set in a sterile, suburban swath of Iowa City, the film follows Jeff (Jonathan Groff, from Glee), a boyish and blank twentysomething, as he has sex with the girl he eyed from afar in high school (Portia Reiners), and then with her older, still-a-virgin
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Twelve Thirty - Philadelphia Citypaper
Google News - almost 6 years
Jeff (Jonathan Groff) has a crush on Mel (Portia Reiners). Or so it seems, during the first few minutes of Jeff Lipsky's sorta melodrama, when he gushes over her school paper story, "The Girl Who Was Ept." That the girl who wrote it
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'TWELVE THIRTY'; In States of Undress, Mental and Physical
NYTimes - about 6 years
With four films behind him (three as both a writer and director), Jeff Lipsky, a co-founder of the independent distribution companies October and Lot 47, has been a vigorous creative force in the independent-film movement. As a maturing filmmaker, he has a style as distinctive as that of John Cassavetes, the independent-movie god who was his
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HOLIDAY MOVIES
NYTimes - over 6 years
DECEMBER Dec. 1 BLACK SWAN A psychological thriller with Natalie Portman as a New York City ballerina who finds herself in fierce competition with a fresh new rival (Mila Kunis) to replace the retiring prima ballerina (Winona Ryder) as the Swan Queen in ''Swan Lake.'' With Barbara Hershey and Vincent Cassel; the director is the gifted Darren
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THEATER REVIEW; A Puzzling Relationship Gilded by Poetry
NYTimes - over 14 years
The little boy whose favorite book is ''War and Peace'' is a charmer. The new girl at school is Russian and reminds him of Tolstoy's heroine Natasha. The English teacher they worship and fear is so much fun that she invites them to an Alice in Wonderland tea party at the Plaza Hotel and arrives dressed as the Queen of Hearts. All the characters in
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THEATER REVIEW; The Painted Bird, Caged: What Is the Truth About Art?
NYTimes - about 16 years
One of the more interesting things about ''More Lies About Jerzy,'' an earnest and plodding new play by Davey Holmes drawn from the enigmatic life of the novelist Jerzy Kosinski, is that it raises the same questions about itself that it asks about its subject. The play, which opened on Sunday at the Vineyard Theater, is about authenticity and
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