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  • Fresh off the smash Bridesmaids, Kristen Wiig is ready to plunge into what she refers to as her "passion project": a film titled Imogene.

    Kristen Wiig's Imogene Gets Green Light

  • Halfway through April, Ed Collins, the regional manager at Cyclops Engineering, calls Imogene into his office and chides her for taking off too many afternoons.

    Memory Wall

  • "Darkborn" features a world in which due to a curse effected nearly 800 years ago by a mage known as Imogene, the humanoid inhabitants were fundamentally & physiologically divided into two very different archetypes.

    “Darkborn” by Alison Sinclair (Reviewed by Mihir Wanchoo)

  • The big doors were rolled back, and "Imogene," the ancient elephant whose fond attachment to Hiram had preserved her from the auction-block, bent her wrinkled front to the soothing sunshine and

    The Skipper and the Skipped Being the Shore Log of Cap'n Aaron Sproul

  • "Imogene," he said, "if it is intended that I am to start by the diligence for Innsbruck this evening, you had better bid me farewell at once."

    Ayala's Angel

  • After a little interval, "Imogene," asked Mrs. Bowen, "would you like to dance?"

    Indian Summer

  • "Imogene," interrupted Mrs. Bowen, with a sudden excitement which she tried to control, but which made her lips tremble, and break a little from her restraint, "you know that I am here in the place of your mother, to advise you and look after you in every way?"

    Indian Summer

  • "Imogene," she said at last, "I wish you to promise me one thing."

    Indian Summer

  • Dussollier playing a dying and demented Joseph Stalin, "Imogene" reps another curious attempt to tell a non-French story with a French-speaking cast dressed as and acting like foreigners.

    Variety.com

  • In each case, the combination feels extremely retrograde for a contempo movie (a sentiment reflected by the poor B.O. performance of both pics), while "Imogene" also denies us one of the more enjoyable things about any story taking place in Scotland: the accent.

    Variety.com

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