Summary: this is a wonderfully snarky film. kirsten dunst, lizzy caplan and isla fisher are all wonderful as a group of hot who hate everybody. in the end the film wimps out with an overly sweet ending, but it has some surprisingly touching moments which redeem it.
Summary: Bachelorette is a comedy that tries to have "an edge" meaning sex, drugs and saying lot of dirty words. Eddie Murphy said in the past humor is not about saying list of obscenities and wishing everyone good night. The movie attempts to amuse audience with exactly this while failing awkwardly.
Summary: Bachelorette was just not a good movie at all. There was very little humor involved, which was surprising considering that I thought Rebel Wilson had a large role and she's typically hilarious but that was not the case at all.
Summary: This was not a good movie. It wasn't really funny in any way, you are forced to dislike the characters because they are all quite terrible people or just not believable as human beings. In the end everything works out for them, but it's not what you'll want because none of them seem to deserve it.
Summary: I thought this film was really funny in an audacious sort of way. It's based on Headland's play of the same name. I found another interesting take on it here: http://4thdimensionfilms.wordpress.com/
Summary: Absolutely hilarious. I laughed from beginning to end. Can't really ask more out of a comedy. Sure, the girls aren't likable, but they were very compelling characters, and I actually ended up caring for them. Isla Fisher gives one of the best comic performances I've seen in a long time.
Summary: First things first. This movie is not Bridesmaids. If anything, it's closer to The Hangover. And although it is not as comically successful as either of the two, it still works as a kinky combination.
Summary: This is one of the worst movies I've seen in forever. Perhaps going into it with high hopes was a mistake but my friend and I were watching with mouths agape at our mutual failure to laugh more than a handful of times during the course of the film. The acting, story, chemistry, motives, etc.