Bridesmaids Full Movie Reviews

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cinegeek.de
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Hangover

cinegeek.de - wrote on 04/23/2016

Ich arbeite in einer Videothek die gleichermassen Bar ist und am Wochenende zum Club mutiert. Sonntagmorgens kann man dann manchmal Frauen auflesen, die besoffen sind oder sich dreckige Witze erzählen. Sie würden gut in diese Judd Apatow Buddy Komödie passen, die (anders als fast alle ihre Vorbilder) mit Frauen besetzt ist. Bestimmt mochte ich Bridesmaids ihnen zu Ehren! Kristen Wiig und Annie Mumolo schrieben das Drehbuch, das Paul Feig verfilmte. Im Mittelpunkt eine Gruppe von Frauen, die genauso unerzogen sind wie die Männer in solchen Komödien. Wiig spielt Annie, deren Muffin Bäckerei in Milwaukee gerade Pleite ging. Sie lebt in einer WG mit einem höchst skurrilen britischen Geschwisterpaar. Nun heiratet ihre beste Freundin Lillian (Maya Rudolph). Normalerweise würde ihr der …

MovieAddict
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3/4

Hangover for Women!

MovieAddict - wrote on 05/06/2012

Bridesmaids follow Annie Walker (Kristen Wiig), the maid of honor for her best friend Lillian's (Maya Rudolph) wedding. While she is preparing for the big day though, her personal and professional life is already in shambles as Anne loses her job, is treated like dirt by her love interest (Jon Hamm), gets kicked out of her own apartment (by her Australian roommates) and is forced to live with her mother (the late Jill Clayburg).

Her situation is not helped by the presence of Helen (Rose Byrne), who is beautiful, rich, saccharine sweet and a colossal, perfectly pedicured thorn in Annie's side trying to become Lillian's new BFF.
It's refreshing to see female actresses delivering raunchy, funny lines that aren't just about their respective sexual partners. The movie nicely portrays the …

Rod
Rod
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Rating of
2.5/4

A drama than a comedy

Rod - wrote on 10/11/2011

When a bride's best friend meet the other friends, the party won't stop, and so the competition. Annie (Kristen Wiig) is a maid of honor of her best friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph). She has this immediate conflict with the bride's other friend Helen (Rose Byrne) as she tried to be in charge of Lillian's wedding. With the kind of life she has, alongside with this encounter on her best friend's wedding, Annie will show how far someone should go for her loved ones.

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"Bridesmaids" isn't a comedy that will make you laugh out loud, it is also a bit boring actually. But, I think it is safe to say that, THOUGH IT IS PLAIN AND FLAT, THERE IS SOMETHING BIG IN IT. The story is good. I like hearing the lines. The actresses did well, ALL OF THEM. This film will surely touch your heart while you …

Daniel Corleone
Daniel Corleone
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Bridesmaids review

Daniel Corleone - wrote on 09/29/2011

Annie (Kristen Wiig) and Lillian (Maya Rudolph) are best friends who know each other for a long time. Lillian’s plans of getting married and makes Annie on of her Bridesmaids, which consist of the jaded cousin Rita (Wendi McLendon-Covey), an optimistic newlywed friend Becca (Ellie Kemper), a gorgeous systematic friend in Helen (Rose Byrne) and an eclectic but witty and plump Megan (Melissa McCarthy). Helen and Annie compete to becoming the “best,” Rita and Becca bond on a plane trip to Vegas and Rita thinks her seatmate is an Air Marshall. Annie meets a gentle cop Nathan Rhodes (Chris O'Dowd) who adores her products. One of my favorite lines: Megan - "I don't associate with people who blame the world for their problems. You are your problem. You are also your solution." Annie …

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