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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Bridesmaids by Paul Feig, 2011 (R)

with Kristen Wiig (All Good Things, Date Night, How to train your dragon), Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne (X-Men: First Class), Chris O'Dowd, Melissa McCarthy (The Heat), Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ellie Kemper, Jon Hamm, Jill Clayburgh (Love and Other Drugs), Kali Hawk
From the director of The Heat

Named her best friend's maid of honor, down-on-her-luck Annie's competition with a fellow bridesmaid, the wealthy and beautiful Helen, threatens to destroy the wedding. Meanwhile, a local cop takes a liking to Annie.

This movie is wild. I do not know if this is a good thing or a bad one. I still think I am getting over it. There is a side of the movie that I really like, this sort of politically incorrect sense of humor, for example the fitting after the Mexican food was hilarious, as well as the scene of the plane. I believe there is also something special about Melissa McCarthy in the many scenes she has. But, on the other hand, there is something about American humor that sometimes, they don't know how to stop because it is not funny anymore, it is just too long. And embarrassing. Maybe that is funny for some people, but the speeches of the two bridesmaids competing for who's the best friend to the Bridal Shower where Annie makes a fool of herself definitely made me stop laughing. Pity.

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