Saturday, August 27, 2011

Bridesmaids (2011) review - trailer

Posted by Muarif 8:33 PM, under | No comments

If this is just a chick flick, then call me a chicken. Witty, sharp and influence, "Bridesmaids" across borders by blithely ignore them. At one point, it's a farce that examines broad gauge in terms of sex of a woman. (The results are mixed at best.) On another it is a sophisticated comedy of manners and class that two bridesmaids at each other for control of marriage, except the fate of the bride . Through it all, free form interviews, the brilliant set pieces, the gross-out absurd, the flawless performance, Kristen Wiig has left the maid of honor, Annie, seeking its own destiny with a passion wrenchingly squint.

For a woman is a major film award. The script was written by Ms. Wiig and Annie Mumolo-two women are wise in the ways of improvement project and television and performed with extraordinary delicacy by Paul Feig, who created the television series "Freaks and Geeks". As a man, but I would say his biggest difference is its inclusiveness, and I'm not using this term, sticking to your PC. The filmmakers and their producers, Judd Apatow, the comedy show to include all sorts of quirks and qualities that make us human, effusions, numbness, tenderness, eloquent with rage, cold cuts, idiocy, . Their characters can not stop talking. A bad thing? No, a great thing, because this thing is so intelligent. They staged the best road sobriety tests, "the man with two brains," turned romantic items at the best advantage as a "waitress". And the right of the film could not Mr. Odder or right.

Wife, Lillian (Maya Rudolph), does not make sense in its own way. He knows of his impending marriage, its distance from Annie, her best friend since childhood. He also knows that his marriage plans are underway to capture the richest and pushiest her bridesmaids, ethereal unbearably Helen (well-measured performance of Rose Byrne).

The rivalry between fuels, Helena Annie much of the plot. It begins slowly and insidiously during a festive evening, with speeches rivals go ahead and build and more fun. This seems to be an organizing principle for this script first, then add that, then up, then push a little higher and keep it as long as there is something to build. The result is not organized all that he has lost some scenes and everything goes a bit too long. (The film could have done with less or no English, Annie co grotesque. They are based on nothing more than arbitrary concepts) That said, however, I wonder how many times the "Bridesmaids" and has reached the altitude peaks.

Trailer :

Director: Paul Feig
Writers: Kristen Wiig, Annie Mumolo
Stars: Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Rose Byrne 


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