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Should you watch this movie? Hell, yeah! Massive ROFLs during this one, so yes, yes, yes!

Combine the smartass dialog of Judd Apatow and mix it up with the wits of some of Saturday Night Live’s funniest ladies and you’ve got pure comedic genious! This movie is hilarious and really does prove like the movie poster claims that chick flicks don’t have to be dumb.

The movie tells the story of Annie, a 30 something woman who has literally lost everything: her bakery goes broke and with that she loses all her savings and her boyfriend. She refuses to move in with her move instead is living with a hilarious brother and sister duo. The one piece of happiness she still has is her best friend Lillian who has recently gotten engaged and decides for Annie to be her maid of honor. Now all we have left is to do some wedding planning and of course, meet the rest of the wedding party….and hilarity ensues!

One thing that’s great about this movie is the fantastic comedic timing of every single one of the “bridesmaids”. Kristen Wiig’s Annie is so funny, but you’d expect nothing else from this SNL lady. My favorite though, has got to be Melissa MacCarthy. For those of you outside of the US, I think you may know her better as Sookie, the perfectionist, highly enthusiastic chef from Gilmore Girls. There are no words that would make her role justice. Every single moment of her on screen and I could not stop laughing.

So this is definitely a yes, the movie does not disappoint in delivering pure entertainment!

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