Bridesmaids (2011)

This spring, Universal Pictures and producer Judd Apatow (Knocked Up, The 40-Year-Old Virgin) invite you to experience Bridesmaids. Kristen Wiig leads the cast as Annie, a maid of honor whose life unravels as she leads her best friend,… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: May 13, 2011
DVD Release Date: September 20, 2011
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Critic Score: 90% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: A marriage of genuine characters, gross out gags, and pathos, Bridesmaids is a female-driven comedy that refuses to be boxed in as Kristen Wiig emerges as a real star.

Rafer Guzman

The star and co-writer of Bridesmaids, Kristen Wiig, puts herself and her female co-stars through the comedy wringer.

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Leah Rozen

The movie won't change your life or grab a fistful of Oscar nominations come next winter. But it will make you laugh, hard and often, and it proves that sometimes girls just want to have fun.

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Jenni Miller
Bust Magazine

Although physical humor is a big part of the movie, Wiig shows a dramatic, darker side too. I have had high hopes for Wiig for a long time, and I'm really excited to see what she does next.

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David Edelstein
New York Magazine/Vulture

Bridesmaids is likely to be a hit with both women and men, being half formula chick-flick, half raunchy comedy of humiliation. It's hilarious -- and too bifurcated to be satisfying.

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Leonard Maltin

Is it funny? Yes, at times, and its female-centric theme will appeal to many women. I just hope they have the patience to trudge through the slow spots and story detours. Bridesmaids, which might as easily bear the title Women Behaving Badly

John Lekich
Georgia Straight

The result is a comedy on the competitive nature of female friendship that is aggressively uneven: sometimes smart, occasionally tender, and -- once or twice -- so self-consciously ballsy that I found myself chuckling out of sheer embarrassment.

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Lisa Kennedy
Denver Post

Onetime Saturday Night Live castmates Wiig and Rudolph make Annie and Lillian's friendship believable. Which is why Annie's shenanigans are sad -- and hilarious.

Tom Huddleston
Time Out

An effortless blend of bad taste and good humour with a wholly believable, often very touching emotional core, all centred around one of the finest star-making comic performances in recent memory.

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Kristian M. Lin
Fort Worth Weekly

The sweet, blissful buzz that accompanies the end of this comedy masterpiece will make you feel like you've just watched your own best friend get happily married.

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Flixster Audience Score: 76% Flixster User Reviews
Carlos Magalhães
A hilarious comedy with a gross sense of humor that elevates its first act to incredibly hilarious before moving confidently to a more emotional tone, with… More
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This is the first guy (or should I say dude) film with an (almost) all-female cast. So that's something. That being said, I don't really care for guy… More
Eugene Bernabe
Infectiously funny, sarcastic and charming, Bridesmaids is a laugh-out-loud comedy. The film sprouts its gags and potential from its cast (Wiig, Rudolph,… More
Sanjay Rema
This is an okay comedy. Much of the humor revolves around back and forth passive-aggression and random situations that don't develop the story, but it has… More
Kevin M. Williams
The basis for this broad comedy ;) is women laughing with women about some of their perceived life foibles. Life long single friends face a bit of a rocky road… More
Chris Weber
This might feature a mostly female cast and involve the road to a wedding as the main plot, but this is most certainly not a chick flick. It is instead a very… More