Yes it was annoying, but it also touched so many subjects that are dear to my heart, and it was not covered in Hollywood shit, so i liked that about it to be honest... it was sort of depressing.
It's angry, dirty and hateful, and maybe girls don't really act like that; but man, I really enjoyed it. Friends can be honest. Real friends will hurt you, and that's why you love them. Adore.
Yeah this'd make an acerbic, abrasive double bill with Young Adult - and equally misunderstood. I don't get the sanctimonious critiques about how 'terrible' and 'awful' all the characters are, especially when everything between Caplan and Scott is so remarkably raw and human. Fuck everyone.
"Are you ready to Betsey Ross the shit out of this dress?"
Another entry in the Young Adult school of film; rom-com with a vicious, bitter twist.
for a chickflick pretty ok, deals with issues like eating disorders, abortion, drug abuse.
Lizzy Caplan and Adam Scott's story line was my favorite.
Falls flat on trying to be a girls' "The Hangover". Crammed with uninspired, dreadful characters, the movie is simply a poor man's "Bridesmaids" with similar premises.
So hard to sympathize with the B-faces (and the other characters) - everybody's so mean and crude. The whole movie was not funny and I kept cringing every time somebody tried to say or do something funny.
how come kirsten dunst is so good at looking really bitchy,there's something about her gaze.
"The hangover" for girls.
A fun mess, but nothing to write home about
Not that good, but I've seen worse.
Not as funny as i thought actually... Just disappointed
one star for adam scott, one star for lizzy caplan. messy and not funny.
An ok effort but way too messy for its own good. The movie tries to juggle too many styles and themes and is ultimately crushed by its own ambition. The jokes somewhat funny but come out just cruel and bitter. The human tragedy and drama of the story is too briefly handled to add up to anything. And rarely have I seen so unsympathetic and cruel lead characters for a suppossed dramedy.
This had so much potential and then it just ended. I thought it was straight up weird.
This movie could have been much more darker!
First , i feel the love at first sight with Caplan , then Fisher steal it, Rebel's another annoying role (whether it doesn't goes straigthy ) , and.... wth Dunst doing here ?
Much more interested in this film when it was in touch with its dramatic side. The comedy is never very funny, its often mean spirited and wrongfully dark. I wish the humor/drama crossover was more effective. Caplan and Scott are a joy to watch, however, and I want to see Caplan continue down a comedic trail because I think she has a great sense of timing, and Scott is a great actor also, needing more dramatic roles.
Awful people doing and saying terrible things. There was a good movie in there somewhere, but overall it's a pretty bleak film.
The fundamental problem with this movie is that non of the characters feel like real people; they're props and set-pieces that accompany poorly-written jokes.
It had so much potential; could've been so much better.
If this wasn't so horribly written and every single cast member didn't seem like they had no idea what to do with their role, this could have been pretty great. Let's get a better Party Down reunion for Scott and Caplan, along with some more bitch roles for Dunst (preferably ones that are actually well written). So much potential and yet such a mess.
I really liked the cover version of (500) Miles they use at the end.
It's a Bridesmaids' reboot! I think Hollywood just realised women like comedy, brace yourselves.
how many wedding-based movies are there?