Bridesmaids Movie Reviews
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Great Movie...plus the "R" Rated Flics keep the Wussy Mormon's away!!!!
good idea, bad excution. Great actresses but the script wasn't much.
this movie was, by far, the funniest movie my family and I have seen in a really long time. We laughed so hard we cried. I recommend it to everyone, even guys. It is worth going to the theater to see. I would pay to see it again.
IT WAS A GOOD MOVIE, BUT THE FUNNIEST PARTS WERE THE PARTS YOU SEE IN THE PREVIEWS. I GUESS I EXPECTED MORE LAUGHS.
What can I say, Kristen Wiig totally rocks and she made this film amazing. I love her on SNL, she always has the funniest characters and she commits to them all the way, she did the same in this movie. The film was really funny and daring and it had an amazing cast that included Maya Rudolph and Rose Byrne. The film was also sweet and touching and disgusting all in the same time, I loved every second of it. Overall, I think anybody will have a good time watching this comedy and I highly recommend it.
I loved this film and I highly recommend seeing it in the theaters. It was super funny and witty and smart. I love that it was not a bromance and that it had such a strong and funny female cast. The film was raunchy at times but I did not mind because it was acted very well and I have enjoyed every second of it. Kristen Wiig is absolutely wonderful and hilarious, she totally blew my mind with her wonderful performance. I kind of knew she will be very good because she does so many wonderfully funny characters on SNL.
You could call Bridesmaids "The Hangover for chicks", but that would be doing this movie a disservice. While there's some gross out humor here as well, Bridesmaids also has some real things to say about friendship and jealousy that really resonated with me. It also proves that Kristen Wiig is a comedic genius.
Wiig plays Annie, a down on her luck baker asked to be her best friend's maid of honor. Annie's bad luck streak gets worse when she meets her best friend's new, rich friend, and a battle starts between the two ladies. This leads to several hilarious sequences, including rival toasts, explosive diarrhea at a dress shop, and a drug fueled rant on an airplane.
The supporting cast is uniformly funny, including my current crush, Ellie Kemper from The Office. But this is Wiig's show. She not only stars in the film, but she co-wrote it as well. She plays to her own strengths, creating a character quickly spiraling down, but never a sad sack. She finds the humor in someone with zero self esteem, and makes her completely relatable. I wasn't expecting much from this Judd Apatow produced film, but found myself pleasantly surprised by it.
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