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Three friends are asked to be bridesmaids at a wedding of a woman they used to ridicule back in high school.
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Even though I can understand why people hate this so much, I don't think it's fair to compare it to Bridesmaids. Sure, both films have similar plots but they have wildly different intentions and varying levels of wit. I don't think Bachelorette is trying to make you feel the warm and fuzzies and it certainly doesn't go for widespread appeal. Instead, it seems like they are trying to appeal to people who have a dark sense of humor (HELLO: that's me) and may see a little bit of themselves in these hateful, despicable characters (Gena could be my skinny, white twin). So yeah... I love this. There isn't a ton of evidence to suggest it's a great film, but I love it.
Like Bridesmaids, but bad.
The poor man's Bridesmaids. But like, poorer than poor. This is that one homeless guy who pees on cats and steals your half-eaten donuts from the trash's Bridesmaids.
Leslye Headland’s mean-spirited black comedy is about three horrible bitches who act as bridesmaids for their old highschool friend. Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher and Lizzy Caplan all embrace their revolting characters but much like the trio of obnoxious friends, Bachelorette is almost impossible to warm to.
Rebel Wilson stars as the bride-to-be but she is quickly sidelined when her supposed friends upset her. The film then descends into a night of drugs and debauchery as the women wreck the wedding dress before joining the groom’s bachelor party. Although its caustic style makes a change from the typical bridesmaid-centred comedies the humour just isn’t funny. The horrible characters are simply that, meaning it is hard to either laugh at or with…
Bachelorette is the sort of Bridesmaids cash-in that we expected after the success of Paul Feig's movie. This one however has a touch of The Hangover in its tone as the bachelorette party planned for the bride goes pear-shaped in a hurry.
Rebel Wilson plays the "fat-friend" (a truly horrible expression) who's found true love and is the first of four school-friends to tie the knot. Simmering jealousy, old scores, and the underlying hangups of all three bridesmaids come bubbling to the surface as they prepare the night before the wedding. Featuring the comedic talents of Rebel Wilson and Isla Fisher, and the bitchiness in abundance of both Kirsten Dunst's and Lizzy Caplan's characters, this unfortunately has more misses than…
Moves between tones and abrasive forms of nasty behavior with such ease, it almost plays like a mainstream attempt of impersonating Abel Ferrara and the cast is truly great.
The dumb red-head, the damaged brunette, and the perfectionist blonde all walk into a bar and do cocaine. Did I mention coke? Coke.
Actually really enjoyed everyone's performances besides Rebel Wilson, who sounded like she was struggling to sound American.
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Probably the best comedy I've seen in a long time. I love a movie that is able to mix dark comedy and screwball antics so elegantly. There is a part late in the film when everything starts to go wrong that had me crying with laughter. It involves one character forcing another character to vomit to save her from an OD. This is something that wouldn't be played for laughs in most movies but director Leslye Headland lets these women be completely flawed without ever laughing at the characters instead making us understand their pain and why they are so damaged while being able to deliver devastatingly hilarious and truthful moments.
All this is achieved through wonderfully anarchic dialogue and fully committed performances from the three leading ladies rather than endless speechifying and monologues. As one character tells another as she's trying to begin a monologue "Oh please take your self- actualization somewhere else, I'm trying to sleep."
i literally couldn't stop thinking about making an isla fisher amy adams joke that i don't remember much about this movie
Despite uneven performances and questionable moral lessons, Rebel Wilson makes me smile.
So everyone hates this movie. I personally like reading all the different adjectives people use to describe it.
Three actresses I generally really like play three loathsome characters I really did not like. Liking characters is not a prerequisite for liking a film, but in this case, the deep irritation I felt with their charmless shenanigans on screen made this a tough sit.
i just want Kirsten Dunst telling me to "fuck everything" on a loop for the rest of my life
didn't realize i'd memorized this movie solely because i'm in love with reagan and relate hardcore to gena. also i'm a slut for any movie that opens with Sleigh Bells
lol i didnt even bother to finish this
no order. this is a weird list
i've noticed when searching for female directors lists on letterboxd that usually the most movies people list is around 20,…