Celeb Sightings: News is starting to ring in from the movie after-parties, and Eye Weekly's rundown grabbed some interesting bits. Like Sook-Yin Lee, star of Shortbus and director of this year's Year of the Carnivore, was drilling attendees about their first orgasms and bad babysitting experiences. And was George Clooney giving one-on-one lip service to Goats party caterers? Meanwhile ... an Italian film producer lost a load of cash and an important script when his bag was stolen at the Four Seasons, Keanu Reeves got asked for his thoughts on the death of Patrick Swayze, Johnnie To signs autographs, and Lassie got her own red carpet comic.

Our Coverage: We've got two new reviews up in the last 24 hours. First up, Erik Davis' take on Michael Cera and his Youth in Revolt. Erik's a big fan of the book, and he says: "it's practically impossible to smash 499 pages of dark comedic brilliance into an hour and a half on the big screen, and, as such, Youth in Revolt (the film) definitely ends up feeling disjointed and forced in some areas -- but thanks to a wickedly hilarious performance from Michael Cera (easily the best of his career), this brainy teenage sex comedy does manage to dole out a handful of great scenes, making it worthy of your hard-earned box office dollars ... but only if you promise to read the book afterwards." And next, Scott Weinberg caught the absolutely wonderful Get Low, and he said it's "an excellent little dramatic piece that's awash in humanity, warmth, insight, and wit." (Keep an eye out for it!)

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