Lindsay Lohan Movie Gets Mixed Reviews
Trouble may seem to follow Lindsay Lohan, but the actress says she learns from her mistakes. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.
Lindsay Lohan did her first interview to promote her role as Elizabeth Taylor in the upcoming movie Liz and Dick.
On Good Morning America, Lindsay looked tired, her face puffy, and her lips seemed plumped up. Her voice sounded raspy.
Lindsay said, "I like to learn from my mistakes, obviously. But I wouldn't be who I am today if I hadn't gone through certain things. And everything happens for a reason, good or bad. So you can just, you know, take what you've learned from it and move forward."
And the reviews are in for her portrayal of Liz Taylor. The Hollywood Reporter calls it, "Spectacularly bad", saying the movie is "half train wreck, half SNL skit."
But the New York Post liked it, saying: "Lohan, in character as Taylor, is often so believable you might think you're seeing the real thing."
Trending on Inside Edition
Store Manager Says 911 Operator Hung Up Because She Was Whispering as Buffalo Gunman Stalked AislesCrime
Police Searching for Person of Interest in Mysterious Shooting Deaths of New Hampshire CoupleCrime
Anita Hill, the Optimist: Overcoming the Undoing of Roe v. Wade Is Possible 'by Pulling Together,' Hill SaysPolitics
TV Reporter Becomes Center of Online Conspiracy Theory Because of a TypoOffbeat
Georgia SWAT Officer Gets Flagged Down on Road and Saves Baby Who Stopped BreathingHeroes