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Directed by Paul Feig, this is one ridiculously humorous movie.
I was laughing to tears the whole time in the movie theatre with my dearest love, Sim Bin Bin!
As the movie title suggests, the lead actress, this time round, is not the bride but the maid-of-honor, Annie(3rd from the right). It's about her story; how she was down on her luck: her bakery busted, the man she loves just wanted sex with her and nothing else, she got chased out of her rented apartment, her car broke etc.
Perhaps, the only good thing which happened to Annie was that her best friend, Lilian, got engaged, getting married & Annie was going to be the maid-of-honor!
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When Lilian introduced Annie to the rest of the bridesmaids, each possesses a distinctive character. A tomboy, a bimbotic mom, want-to-win-it-all-princess-like lady & a gullible girl who just got married.
Girls are girls.
I am a girl.
And girls tend to be more emotional.
There are definitely times when we become possessive of our gfs,
when we get so jealous that our BFFs becomes someone else's BFFs,
when your rival is prettier,
when someone steals your idea,
when no one listens to you.
At times like this, we broke our hearts & sometimes broke the hearts of our gfs too. Most of us though, eventually realize how much we love our gfs & treasure our sisterhood so much that we want to salvage what we truly care about.
Some things you do for someone you truly love in life.
I've been there and done that.
My gfs are part of my life.
This comedy penetrates deeply into the world of gfs; an eye-opener.
In a hilarious & relaxing manner, of course.
The tension of the bridesmaid begins here:
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Watch the trailer!