“Bridesmaids” still delivers.
What makes this movie “Bridesmaids” so unique even 12 years after its initial release?
The comedy written by Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo reimagined as groundbreaking
2011. Not only did it give us iconic lines from comedic genius, but it broke down gender barriers
allowing female characters to be raunchy and authentic and don’t keep your shit
Together (bridal shop scene, anyone?)
In case you haven’t seen it, here’s a brief synopsis: Annie is a woman trying to navigate life
After the sad closing of his bakery. As a result, he has to endure a miserable job
is in a jewelry store, and a unsatisfactory relationship with a guy who’s not that interested
Except for the occasional booty call. To make matters worse, her best friend Lillian is getting
married, and a friend of hers is hellbent on coming and going
lifelong friends. hilarity ensues when they join the rest of the bridal party, each with
her own quirks and origin stories (if nothing else, watch this movie to see Melissa
McCarthy “embodied a woman called”Megan” – I daresay she didn’t laugh every second
The film not only allows these women to be funny — it absolutely demands it. they tell it like this
Yes, they are multi-dimensional, and even at their worst, they are strong, smart, and ultimately,
Assistant. We see his anger, his vulnerability – it’s all there. and that’s why i think we laugh so much
DIfficulty – Because we know these women. we are these women,
And they’re sexy! from the opening scene between Annie and her once-boyfriend
Characters comment on Megan’s over-focused efforts on sexual conflict
Hooking up with your airplane seatmate – the film highlights romance, sex and how
Women do all this.
If you’ve never seen “Bridesmaids” – I highly recommend it. If you haven’t seen it in a while,
Maybe it’s time to take another look! Praise it for paving the way for so many feminists
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