Julianna Moore's dress was wrong is so many ways. The design covered every inch of her body. It looked like a pattern for a dressmaker not the final dress. The garish yellow was too strong for so much fabric. Totally over powered Julianna. How could the designer not see that. Maybe he/she didn't care about that. Just wanted to make an impact. Well t did, but not a good impact. It looked like a high school sewing project. It had no detail and no relief from that horrible yellow. I wouldn't have paid a p;ug nickel for that dress. Only to dump it in the reject pile.
A "Hot or Not"? Is this a first for TV.com? The competition for network traffic must be getting tougher!
But hey, I appreciate the fact that TV.com is trying new ideas and introducing new functions. A lot of things have changed here recently. I've seen more new stuff here during the last three months than during the previous two and a half men...I mean years, when I've been a member. I appreciate that TV.com is doing new things for us. The only criticism is that you can tell that these pictures are heavily reduced in size. The details are a pixel mush. If you want to fully appreciate the beauty of the pictures you have to open them in a separate tab where they are stretched up in their complete glory.