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Bridesmaids 2011

Annie, a maid of honour whose life unravels as she leads her best friend, Lillian, and a group of colourful bridesmaids on a wild ride down the road to matrimony. Annie's life is a mess. But when she finds out her lifetime best friend is engaged, she simply must serve as Lillian's maid of honour. Though lovelorn and broke, Annie bluffs her way through the expensive and bizarre rituals.

Starring:
Kristen Wiig, Terry Crews
Runtime:
2 hours, 4 minutes

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Genres Comedy
Director Paul Feig
Starring Kristen Wiig, Terry Crews
Supporting actors Maya Rudolph, Tom Yi, Elaine Kao, Michael Hitchcock, Kali Hawk, Joe Nunez, Rebel Wilson, Matt Lucas, Jill Clayburgh, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ellie Kemper, Greg Tuculescu, Steve Bannos, Melissa McCarthy, Hugh Dane, Rose Byrne, Franklyn Ajaye, Tim Heidecker
Studio NBC Universal
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
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My headline may seem a bit over-exaggerated but it is true!!
I don't think this film could have a better cast, Kirsten Wiig (Annie) and Maya Rudolph (Lillian/Lil) were excellent together and played a wonderful comedy duo as the two BFF's, Rose Byrne (Helen) played a brilliant part with the rivalry between herself and Annie that added that extra comedy and sense of drama, Wendi McLedon-Covey (Rita) is gut-bustingly funny with her crude, foul-mouthed comments about her children and marriage, Ellie Kemper (Becca) adds a sense of reality as Becca's down-to-earth and forms a very close bond with Rita, and Melissa McCarthy (Megan) adds the physical comedy to the mix. With this concoction of talented-actresses and unbelievably funny characters, it was almost impossible to not laugh!

This DVD is pure comedy gold and will be the best money you've ever spent. If you're a male don't be afraid to buy this, it looks very girly but it's a must-see.This film will definitely meet your expectations, if not exceed them. If you've seen and liked Identity Thief, or Bachelorette, then you will love Bridesmaids.
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I did not see the trailer for this film, but from reading other reviews I get the impression viewers were expecting laugh-out-loud hilarity. Not the case. It's more of a slow burner. But that's not a bad thing.

The premise of the story is based around Annie (Kristen Wiig) who is maid of honour for her best friend, Lillian (Maya Rudolph). But it's when Lillian introduces Annie to her new friend Helen (Rose Byrne) that the drama and rivalry ensues. They compete for who can impress Lillian the most. Annie goes on a path of destruction, losing her job, getting kicked out of her flat, messing up her romantic relationships and losing her best friend. But, of course, she turns it all around (would be quite a depressing film if she didn't!).

There are some excellent moments in the film and excellent characters. Annie's flat mates Brynn and Gil (Rebel Wilson and Matt Lucas) are this odd brother and sister from England who decide to chuck Annie out of the flat because they think they are too old to live together with a flat-mate - so they are going to live together, alone (work that one out!). They actually look like brother and sister, so the casting is spot on.

Megan (Melissa McCarthy, Molly from Mike and Molly) is one of the bridesmaids and the brides' sister-in-law to be, and she is hilarious as a character and an actress. The way she delivers her lines is dry and perfectly timed.

What I think disappointed most viewers is the fact that the film is not full of running jokes. However, what I enjoyed most about the film was the realism to certain situations, the awkwardness when you first meet someone, where you talk over each other and babble on.
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A really funny film depicting childhood friends Annie and Lillian. Lillian is getting married and Annie is her Maid of Honour who is truly out of her depth. Wonderful performances by Melissa McCarthy who is the sister in law of the bride to be Lillian and cringe worthy comedy at the Bridal shop following a horrendous meal arranged by Annie. A must see for all potential brides!
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This story about the preparations for a wedding is not as funny as it's made out to be. Maybe part of the problem is that it consists of American-style slapstick rather than the kind of humour Brits prefer. Another downer is that it revolves around a central character (Annie, the Maid of Honour) whom it's impossible to like or even feel any empathy for because she's just such an all-round loser. So the movie has a 'villain' but no 'hero'.

In its defence the plot is very easy to follow, with just a few larger-than-life characters. The most familiar actors to British audiences will probably be Chris O'Dowd (The IT Crowd) and Matt Lucas (Little Britain).
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Okay, i never usually review on much things but i want to talk specifically to anybody deciding to buy this DVD. I'm nearly 18 and i was told this movie was next best thing and truly hilarious. It had a few funny scenes and when i say a few i mean like 1 or 2 scenes that made me giggle. I didn't think it was hilarious, not even close. I was a bit disappointed. People reading this will probably shug this review off and move onto a 5 star review which it looks like there are plenty of and i don't understand, where we watching the same movie? I did however like the romance side to the movie involving Officer Rhodes. Maybe thats because i'm a sucker for romance but it saved this movie in my opinion. Without that storyline, i don't believe there would be a storyline at all. I may watch this movie in the future but i won't be holding my breath in excitement anytime soon. I hope this review helped, honestly i do.
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In Bridesmaids Kristen Wiig shows what a polished comedy actress she is. She proves she can lead a film in her own right following successful supporting roles in Paul and Whip It.

Of course it helps that she co-wrote this movie but her performance is the star turn. Facial expressions, timing and overall performance are just a joy to watch.

Wiig is assisted by an ensemble of characters, the stand out being Melissa McCarthy as pocket battleship Megan (who bears a striking resemblance to Ricky Gervaise). Her scenes are laugh out loud.

I won't go over the storyline again, as the title says it all. If you like your comedy raucous, bordering on vulgar; slapstick or farce, you will surely enjoy this.
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