Bachelorette trailer arrives
Prepare yourselves ladies for yet ANOTHER wedding movie. Since the well deserved success of Bridesmaids, Hollywood bigwigs have become obsessed with thinking that women folk will only go to the cinema to see some on screen nuptial disasters. Well, you’re wrong bigwigs. We don’t give a crap about weddings and we don’t give a crap about your stupid wedding chick-flicks either. Ner…
Bachelorette seems to be a cross between The Hangover and Bridesmaids and is another film where woman feel they have to try too hard and act like men in order to be funny. Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher and Lizzy Caplan (the one who says ‘crack’ a lot in Mean Girls) are three best friends who have to throw a bachelorette party for their friend who is getting married unexpectedly. Despite saying that she is not much into partying any more the trio plan an outrageous blow-out for the bride, but soon old tensions begin to mount and their friendships are all on the rocks.
Although this looks like just another same-old, same-old, chick-flick, Bachelorette received quite a lot of early praise at Sundance this year, with critics saying that it has a slightly darker tone than Kristin Wiig’s film. Big whoop.
The film also co-stars James Marsden and Adam Scott and opens in the US on 7 September 2012, with a UK release date to be confirmed. Thankfully girls, The Bourne Legacy opens up in a few weeks, so there will be a proper film to see in the meantime. http://credit-n.ru/offers-zaim/webbankir-online-zaim-na-kartu.html http://credit-n.ru/offers-zaim/ekapusta-besplatniy-zaim.html