Bridesmaids - Triple Play (Blu-ray + DVD) Reviews
Description:Genre: Comedy / Suitable for 15 years and over / Director: Paul Feig / Actors: Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne, Melissa ... more
Newest Review: ... one of the 'manly bridesmaids', Megan. Whilst I should have felt sorry for the main character Annie (all my friends did when ... more
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Release Date: 2011 - 11 - 14, Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over
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by - written on 26/06/13 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Bridesmaids is an American romantic comedy movie which was released in the United Kingdom in June 2011. The movie is a 15 which means that it must not be viewed by persons under the age of fifteen. The movie runs at five minutes over two hours long. The film is currently showing in cinemas now. The Plot: Meet Annie! Meet Lillian! Annie and Lillian have been best friends forever! When Lillian gets engaged, Annie couldn't be more happier and is chuffed to bits when Lillian asks her to be Maid Of Honour. However, as the wedding gets closer the bridesmaids have a lot of 'get-togethers' to discuss the wedding and also to get to know eachother. Lillian's most recent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/12 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Bridesmaids is a 2011 American comedy set in Milwaukee, written by Kristen Wilg and Annie Mumalo it tells the tale of Annie (Wilg) who is asked to be maid of honour by her friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph). Annie soon falls into a competition for Lillian's affections by fellow bridesmaid Helen (Rose Byrne) wife of Lillian's boss, the other bridesmaids are Lillian's co-worker Becca, her cousin Wendi and her future husbands sister Megan. Annie is a rough and ready girl in her 30's, she has a job which doesn't stretch her, is having a casual relationship with a rich man and whose life is generally drifting. Annie is pretty in a girl next door day and when the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/12, updated on 15/07/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
"The Next Best Film Since Bridesmaids..." "From the producers of Bridesmaids..." Lately, every review of a new comedy contains these words, or something similar. Either way they're all being compared to Bridesmaids, the 2011 American comedy from Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo. Directed by Paul Feig and produced by comedy alumni Judd Apatow, Bridesmaids had some high profile names on its credits but perhaps not household names. Yet it managed to defy expectations and become a BAFTA nominated success instantly. Bridesmaids tell the story of Annie, a single mid-thirties woman who resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her bakery recently ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/12 (Somewhat useful, 12 readings)
I loved this film. I have watched it twice so far which for me is unusual as I don't normally watch films again after I've seen them fairly recently. I thought the storyline was simple but so effective and funny. I think it can be humorous for both men and women although it is mainly a chick flick. The humour is strong enough to entertain a wide audience and keeps you hooked from the beginning til the end. The film is just the right length, not enough time to get bored (as I sometimes do with very long films!). The acting is good from everyone and people might like to see Matt Lucas having a role to play in it. I don't want to give anything away in case you watch it but . Read the complete review