Bridesmaids || Annie Walker is a single woman in her mid-thirties, living in Milwaukee. Following the failure of her bakery due to the recession, her boyfriend left her, and she lost her savings, forcing her to take a job as a sales clerk in a jewelry store and share an apartment with an English immigrant roommate Gil and his sister Brynn. Her business failure was so painful that she has given up baking entirely. Annie has a no-strings-attached sexual relationship with the self-absorbed Ted, but she hopes for something more from him. Her best friend, Lillian, is virtually her only source of happiness.
Lillian becomes engaged to her boyfriend Doug and asks Annie to be her maid of honor. At the engagement party, Annie meets Lillian’s bridesmaids: cynical, worldly, long-married cousin Rita; naïve and idealistic newlywed friend from work Becca; the groom’s decidedly unfiltered sister Megan; and Helen, the rich, beautiful, and elite wife of the groom’s boss. Helen and Annie, who are jealous of each other’s friendship with Lillian, take an instant dislike to each other, but Lillian persuades them to spend time together.
Annie takes Lillian and the bridesmaids to a Brazilian steak restaurant for lunch before going to a chic bridal shop. Helen uses her influence to gain entry to the shop because Annie didn’t make a reservation. While trying on gowns, the whole party—with the exception of Helen, who chose not to eat before the fitting—becomes sick from food poisoning. Later, Annie’s suggestion of a bachelorette party at Lillian’s parents’ lake house is overruled in favor of a trip to Las Vegas planned by Helen. Worried about her finances and too proud to accept a ticket paid for by Helen, Annie books a ticket in economy class although the rest of the party flies first-class.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Actors: Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne
Directors: Paul Feig
Production: Apatow Productions, Universal Pictures, Relativity Media
Duration: 130 Menit
Quality: HD (High)
Release Date: 13 May 2011