Bridesmaid Movie 2011
May 16, 2011 by Post Team
Bridesmaid Movie 2011, Anyone who walks through the movie poster for bridesmaids is convinced that sex and type of Film City. It is not. Instead of throwing a great bachelorette party, Annie (Kristen Wiig) throws a pity party for herself. And we have to understand and root for her - at first. She is in a bad relationship, had a business going under, and cannot pay the rent. She could have acted a little more enjoyable and less pathetic along the road.
The characters do not have to be nice for a movie to work. There are a handful of movies with characters that have no single redeeming quality. The wedding of my best friend was a sloppy rom-com; the problem was that Julia Roberts was very unpleasant.
The first 30 minutes was great bridesmaids. There are funny scenes, good friends, the characters are very well established. Wiig has great facial expressions (even when it almost made him one of her characters on Saturday Night Live), and the stage for bridemaids was perfect for a mix of chick flick meets Hangover (produced by Judd Apatow, also produced bridesmaid).
Former SNL cast member Maya Rudolph is committed friend, and she is fine until something with that character to the end of the film. Melissa McCarthy, bridesmaid heavy, hungry for sex, steals most scenes you are in. Think Zach Galifianakis without the beard. English comedian Matt Lucas (Tweedledee in Alice in Wonderland) is perfectly cast as the weird roommate Wiigs. Jon Hamm, the role of her booty attention well enough (especially in a hysterical scene.)
It was bittersweet to see Jill Clayburgh, who died at age 66 in a major role as mother Wiigs. She has a few funny scenes.
The soundtrack might be the best of the year. Who would have imagined this film would give us AC / DC, Rip rarely listened to her Shreds Blondie, Fiona Apple, Kate Nash, Ryan Adams, Hole, and great covers of the blister in the sun and Shakin ‘All Over.
But back to Wiig. It is easily the best cast member of SNL has, and is great in the movies he has done. As the wife heads in Adventureland, a monster of Jesus in Paul … and with this film (which she co-wrote) that shows that it can carry a movie as a protagonist.
I wish the movie had more laughs. There is a line of this in a fit Rudolph Wiig said, “Why can not act happy for me, and go home and talk about me behind my back like a normal person?” I wish there were more like the sharp lines.
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