bridesmaids

It’s consistently funny, but it’s also shame that Bachelorette lets most of its characters off the hook too easily, especially after being such a tough-minded film at the opening.

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The best performance in the film comes from Kirsten Dunst, who uses the leftover existential dread from her brilliant role in Melancholia to her advantage here in her portrayal of Regan, the closest thing the film has to a protagonist.

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Blu-ray/DVD Review: Bridesmaids and Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop

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The funniest comedy of the year so far is out on DVD on September 20, and we are giving away 5 copies of it to celebrate the release date. If you want to win a copy of BRIDESMAIDS on DVD, simply upload a copy of the ugliest bridesmaids dress you’ve had to wear to a [...]

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This review of the “Bridesmaids” appears on KTKA-49. Co-written by and starring “Saturday Night Live” standout Kristen Wiig, “Bridesmaids” is being marketed as “The Hangover” from a female perspective. It’s a nice shortcut, but there are a couple key differences. First off, despite a couple scenes with over-the-top and scatological humor, “Bridesmaids” is a little [...]

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Win advance passes to BRIDESMAIDS in Kansas City!

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SXSW 2011 is underway and contributor George Hickman is filing his reports each day as the festival and its several world premiere movie events and panels continue. “Saturday Night Live” cast member Kristen Wiig first gained cinematic notoriety for her scene-stealing bit part in Judd Apatow’s “Knocked Up.” Since then, she’s been the go-to comedic [...]

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