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It’s a Girl Thing: Bachelorette Movies

July 26, 2011 Bachelorette, Unique Party Ideas

While movies such as The Hangover (2009) and American Wedding (2003) have dominated the box office due to the hilarious stories of immature men looking for a crazy party before a wedding; more wedding movies are now starting to emphasize the genre of the bachelorette party and the influence of scandalous women at such events.  We’ve gathered the top five movies that showcase crazy bachelorette or engagement parties and the mischievous behaviour that ensues almost immediately after women learn a friend has become engaged.  So whether you and the girls are having an intimate bachelorette party with a few good flicks and martinis or looking to cure a hangover the morning after, here are some movies that you may enjoy watching.  Just don’t get any ideas, now…

Bridesmaids (2011):

Finally, the film Bridesmaids takes the cake on scandalous women at bachelorette and engagement parties. As LillianBridesmaids Movie 2011 (Maya Rudolph) is planning her wedding, her best friend, Annie (Kristin Wiig) is caught between helping Lillian plan a wedding as the maid-of-honour and dealing with bridesmaids that have very distinct personalities. Said to be the female version of The Hangover, this comedy does not contain many of the typical ‘chick-flick’ qualities as such scenes include characters becoming ill after much intoxication or ingesting contaminated food as well as a continuation of hilarious one-liners…

You Can View the Brides Maids Official Trailer Here.

You Again (2010):

Just when you thought your high school bully has been out of your life many years after graduating from high school, you have the unexpected encounter. When Marni (Kristen Bell) returns home for her brother’s wedding, she finds out he’s marrying her arch nemesis from high school, Joanna (Odette Yutsman). Tension builds as Marni is unforgiving of Joanna’s past behaviour and unwillingness to apologize, all while Joanna plays a ‘sweet-and-innocent’ front for Marni’s family. Marni upsets Joanna by bringing Joanna’s ex to the engagement party and if her vengeance couldn’t get any worse, Marni then proceeds to present a video time capsule created in high school containing footage of Joanna’s bullying ways…

Bride Wars (2009):
One would think that if two best friends are planning their weddings together, it should denote a very joyous time. Not in this flick! As both Liv (Kate Hudson) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) plan their weddings, the planning process increasingly becomes a competition for the better dress, venue and bachelorette party – Emma crashes Liv’s bachelorette party and instigates a dance-off with her. The competition grows fierce when Emma secretly sends Liv sweets that cause her to outgrow her wedding gown and Liv switches a sentimental video with a racy college spring break video of Emma just as Emma’s wedding ceremony begins…

27 Dresses (2008):

Inside every girl’s closet is a figurative story of her life. Inside the closet of Jane (Katherine Heigl), is a story of how she was never the bride, but the bridesmaid of 27 weddings and the girl who never says ‘no.’ While she’s in love with her boss, George (Edward Burns), he ends up falling in love with her sister, Tess (Malin Akerman) and they get engaged. To make matters worse, Jane finds out that Tess revamped their late mother’s wedding dress to wear for her wedding. Jane is asked to create a video for the engagement party and out of spite for her sister, the video reveals all of Tess’ wrong doings that she never came clean about with George, causing him to call off the wedding…

My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997):
Julianne (Julia Roberts) made a pledge to her long time best friend, Michael (Dermot Mulroney) that if they were single by a certain age they would marry each other. However, as fate would have it, Michael meets Kimberly (Cameron Diaz) who is much younger and they fall in love and become engaged within a short period of time. Julianne, immediately realizing she’s in love with Michael, heads to Chicago and engages in a variety of schemes to make Kimberly look bad in an attempt to prove to Michael that Kimberly is not the right one for him…

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