Bridesmaids – not just a movie for women in their 20s/30s

Okay, even though I titled this post “Bridesmaids – not just a movie for women in their 20s/30s”, it probably is better enjoyed by women, and best enjoyed by those who have ever had the blessing of (or have been forced into) being in a wedding, or two, or three, or 27.

The movie is so full of good scenes and quotes I wouldn’t know where to start or stop (maybe that’s why I’ve seen it at least 10 times and still thoroughly enjoy watching the whole movie over again). Here’s a good example of the humor and a good roommate scene:

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I can relate to Annie. Lots of women can. Lots of people can. Yes, it is a vulgar movie, and I think it’s partially because most movies are male-centered that this could seem particularly crude. It also is, and most of it is hilarious.

Here are some of the best quotes and scenes to relive if you’ve loved watching it: Watch and Rank the Best Bridesmaids Quotes/Scenes

For more good movie quotes and info, check out IMDb’s Bridesmaids’ quotes page.

One part I particularly like is when Megan reminds Annie that she’s wallowing in her own self-pity and says this gem:
“I do not associate with people that blame the world for their problems. Cause you’re your problem, Annie. And you’re also your solution.” That’s true in many ways. The movie has lessons, people!

It is a great movie. I love it. It’s my favorite movie currently (amongst many others, of course, but really is one that’s made it into the permanent ranks of all-time favorites!)

If you haven’t watched it, you should (it’s good for ALMOST everyone, preferably above the age of 18). I love it. I can’t get enough. Kristen Wiig is hilarious, and so is Megan McCarthy. And all the rest of it too.

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