Recently, Katie Holmes has been the butt of criticism with the Sundance Film Festival release of her film ‘Son Of No One’ which also stars Channing Tatum, Al Pacino and Ray Liotta. Several sources have claimed that many people walked out of its first showing because Holmes’ acting was so terrible. Now reporter Roger Friedman is trying to get the word out that this is completely untrue.
“I was at the press screening of Dito Montiel’s “Son of No One” on Monday. No one chuckled or snorted when Katie was on screen. No one walked out of the film. There was no exodus, no running for the doors. No “collective groan,” Friedman said in a recent blog.
The film is by the same director of ‘A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints’, a moving film which stars Robert Downey Jr. and Shia Labeouf. According to Friedman, Katie’s new film is just as moving.
“This is Katie trying to break her image of a goody two shoes. She is perfectly fine. Her character curses several times in the first fifteen minutes. No one laughs. Her delivery is impeccable.”
Seen here, Katie Holmes attends the ‘Son Of No One’ Premiere Dinner hosted by Silver Restaurant on January 28th in Park City, Utah. Katie looks absolutely beautiful in her black blouse and skinny jeans. Poor girl has gotten a bad rap and I don’t think she deserves it. As far as I’ve ever witnessed, she seems as sweet as pie.