Bridesmaids 2011 R CC

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From the producer of Knocked Up, Bridesmaids takes Maid of Honor, Annie (Kristen Wiig), and four wild bridesmaids on a hilarious ride to their friend's wedding.

Starring:
Kristen Wiig, Terry Crews
Runtime:
2 hours 6 minutes

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Bridesmaids

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Paul Feig
Starring Kristen Wiig, Terry Crews
Supporting actors Maya Rudolph, Tom Yi, Elaine Kao, Michael Hitchcock, Kali Hawk, Joe Nunez, Rebel Wilson, Matt Lucas, Jill Clayburgh, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ellie Kemper, Greg Tuculescu, Steve Bannos, Melissa McCarthy, Hugh Dane, Rose Byrne, Franklyn Ajaye, Tim Heidecker
Studio NBCU
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

One of the funniest movies I have ever seen.
David E
A really funny movies but some scenes were a bit too raunchy and some were just not funny at all.
Nelson
This movie has me laughing every time I watch it!
Mel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

97 of 113 people found the following review helpful By S. M. Suhr on September 19, 2011
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To be honest with you all, I really was not interested in seeing this movie, but my sister and my girlfriend dragged me to it. I really thought it would be a much better time for them to bond without me, but well, they disagreed and so I went. Cut to the actual film...
I laughed so hard there were actual tears running down my cheeks. I fully expected this to be a chick flick but it surpassed that title 100%. Yes, there was definitely some chick flickittude to it, but overwhelmingly it was a fantastic comedy that went over the top a little but more than made up for it the rest of the time. Truly an amazingly pleasant surprise.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By The JuRK on September 24, 2011
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Finally, I've seen something that stars Kristen Wiig and wasn't a complete disappointment.

I loved her on "Saturday Night Live" and I'm always amazed at how talented she is. In BRIDESMAIDS, she not only stars but also shares writing credit...which is another reason I enjoyed this movie so much:

Only a woman would have written this.

As crude as BRIDESMAIDS sometimes is, rivaling male-oriented gross-out comedies like THE HANGOVER and such, this is still a story that only a woman would write. My case in point: the scene where Kristen feels the need to keep snatching the microphone from best friend Maya Rudolph's rich soon-to-be sister-in-law. The need to assert just how much these girls love and respect and care about Maya...only a woman would have written that. Guys wouldn't understand how much that means to a woman. Male writers would've just come up with schtick to embarass the girls.

So BRIDESMAIDS ends up being a fairly interesting insight into women and how they think.

It's also really funny!
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159 of 201 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 26, 2011
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Here, I'll say it, BRIDESMAIDS is better than THE HANGOVER. The tipping point is that BRIDESMAIDS comes with a core of emotional truth whereas if you lift that sense of mystery from THE HANGOVER, what's left is a series of skits. BRIDESMAIDS comes with more heart. It passes the smell test, demonstrates staying power. Odds are, it won't be long before other films are being lauded as "the next BRIDESMAIDS." And, based on that comparison, I might check out that other film, too.

Our self-destructive lead character Annie (Kristen Wiig) is informed that "hitting bottom is a good thing," but I think we all know that's a bunch of baloney, a heap of hooey. Character building can go fudge itself if it means one has to go thru what Annie does just to learn valuable life lessons. Annie's had a bad time of it. Her bakery shop went south. Her boyfriend is this self-absorbed, belittling, non-committing assclown. She rooms with an odd and portly British brother and sister whose presence, let's face it, can't possibly make anyone feel comfortable. Her current job as sales clerk at a jewelry store is as fulfilling as it sounds. And, to point out the cherry on her misery cake, Annie's best friend, Lillian (Maya Rudolph), is getting married, with Annie tapped as the maid of honor.

Oh, does Annie have issues. She's one of life's self-saboteurs; she can be blamed for much of the bad joss what's befallen her. She loves her best friend dearly, but the cheap, pathetic side of her can't help but be resentful that their lives are going opposite ways. And since the hits keep on coming, why not now introduce the magnificent Helen (a very good Rose Byrne). Helen is the gorgeous trophy wife of Lillian's fiance's boss, and she's struck up a friendship with Lillian.
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187 of 241 people found the following review helpful By Miranda McCloud...not a critc on May 16, 2011
Format: DVD
Oh...my...goodness...this movie was the funniest thing I've seen IN the theater in a long time. I usually wait for movies to come out on DVD, but this looked pretty interesting, and I wasn't disappointed. It was hilarious!
Finally, a film that shows women are funny too. Kristen Wiggs is stellar, her character is so messed up, but you know there is hope for her. I was sort of expecting a rom-com, but no, this was Sex in the City meets the Hangover. There is a part where they're going to Vegas, but don't quit make it, I would of LOVED to see them all go to Vegas. I don't think that place would be the same.
I highly recommend this movie to anyone looking for entertainment that just makes you laugh. And do keep an eye on the actress playing Megan, she is hysterical. I've seen her in other movies, as a supporting character looking completely different and much more subdued; in bridesmaids she is unfiltered and funny as hell!
Go see this movie, you'll be glad you did.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By cherryblueberry on November 3, 2013
Format: DVD
This movie was semi-funny....hence the 3 stars. HOWEVER....I feel so much of this movie was way too "over-the-top"...like the writers just wanted to shock and gross out, as opposed to crafting a more sophisticated in-depth comedy about two friends. Wait a minute, that's it...that's what's been bothering me about this movie...it's not at all SOPHISTICATED! It's more like a gross-out movie for men - geared for women.

I wanted to like Bridesmaids. After all, it's a chick-flick and I am a chick. In the movie, Kristen Wiig is best friends with the bride-to-be, and is chosen to be the maid of honor at her wedding. Enter Helen, a woman who is also friends with the bride-to-be....a smug superior "perfect" women who is going to wreak havoc on Kristen Wiig's already beaten down character's life. Helen is there to take over all the bridesmaid "duties." She is also there to take over the duty of "best friend" to the bride.

Before long, the bride-to-be (played by Maya Rudolph) is bonding with Helen ten times more than she is bonding with Kristen Wiig's character.

So sets up a huge female rivalry...the basis for the movie.

There are also other colorful characters, such as the pack of bridesmaids......all very different from each other....one is quite naÔve, another is very manly, and still another is sick and tired of her kids and ready to have some ........in her face at a bachelorette party in Vegas (fill in the blank)!

Okay, Kristen Wiigs character: She's insecure, in a nutshell...still reeling after the failure of her bakery (Cake Baby)....and in a bad relationship with a jerk who is only using her.

Now let's talk about the actress Kristen Wiig...she is very funny.
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