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Renee Zellweger was among the celebs at the U.K. premiere of her film, “Down With Love.”

Film was described by Variety reviewer David Rooney as a pic that walks a ‘tightrope between homage, parody and glibly condescending mockery.’ (Daily Variety, May 7, 2003)

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