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To quickly "prove" to the cash register store clerk that she was old enough (18 years old) to purchase a bottle of alcohol - without an ID, she flashed her boobs and asserted: Director Jake Kasdan's irreverent and trite comedy, about adults behaving badly (following the success of The Hangover (2009) and Bridesmaids (2011)), won its three Teen Choice Award nominations - Choice Comedy Movie, Choice Actor (Timberlake), and Choice Actress (Diaz).
It was a lesser variant of the popular and witty Bad Santa (2003) with Billy Bob Thornton - without its freshness and originality - and similar to Jennifer Aniston's take on Horrible Bosses (2011).
She was notorious for boozing, smoking marijuana, and profusely speaking profanities, and on the first day of class showed videos to her students during the first week of classes, while she snoozed. Elizabeth schemed to fund-raise money (including a sexy car wash while wearing provocative short shorts, during which one observing male student had a major erection in his pants).
In a star-making role, Downton Abbey's Lady Sybil (Jessica Brown Findlay) portrayed their sarcastic 17 year-old, Cliff-House cleaning lady Emelia Conan-Doyle, a free-spirited wannabe writer who befriended Beth and taught her bad behavior (exemplified by a T-shirt that said "I Put Out"), and even went so far as to engage in an affair with Beth's father Jonathan to seduce him into tutoring her in creative writing.Emelia displayed her breasts, in a brief scene in a convenience store, to demonstrate her wild personality., there appeared to be a trend to show more nudity and sexual scenes in the less restrictive cable-TV dramas and shows (the "boob tube"), not bound by the FCC, than in the movies.The series produced by the pay-TV networks are often saturated with nudity and sex.
Director Niall Mac Cormick (with his feature film debut) and screenwriter Tamzin Rafn's film was a coming-of-age/unraveling-of-a-dysfunctional marriage drama, set at a cliff-seaside hotel on the English coast.
It told of a hotel-owning family with an unhappy marriage between frustrated novelist Jonathan Fischer (Sebastian Koch) and his unsatisfied and embittered wife Joa (Julia Ormond), and their oldest, bookish, introverted Oxford-bound teenaged daughter Beth (Felicity Jones).