Conclusion: "Bachelorette" is certainly bawdy, but there's no invention to the mischief that supports an entire feature. Instead, we're treated to clichéd male behavior, mild gross-out jokes (a stripper uses Becky's dress to wipe off her crotch), and weird fixation on cocaine abuse, helping to fuel destructive...
Summary: It’s a sad state when your supporting cast is much funnier than your leads. If you want to watch a female version of The Hangover , go watch Bridesmaids instead and save this turkey for Thanksgiving.
Conclusion: 'Bachelorette' is the perfect example of a rental flick. Is it worth watching? Yes - if you like dark crude comedies - but I learned the hard way that it depreciates in value with a second viewing.
Excerpt: The four girls of Bachelorette would never be friends. One is a graduate of a high-end law school, one is addicted to crack, another festers deep emotional issues from her past, and another just sort of is.
Excerpt: In a memorable Mr. Show sketch , Bob Odenkirk plays an earnest young fellow who gathers his friends to make an exciting announcement: He’s getting married. The friends pause to take in the news, then, acting on some kind of uncontrollable urge, begin beating him to a pulp.
Summary: Bachelorette er ikke hylende morsom, men der er mange sjove scener og ikke mindst er det ret morsomt at de brudepigerne kæmpe med deres overrsaskelse over, at den grimmeste af veninderne bliver gift først. Der er god kemi mellem skuespillerne og det bærer filmen hjem.