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Review: Bridesmaids

Wedding crasher
By PETER KEOUGH  |  May 12, 2011
3.0 3.0 Stars

Will Annie recognize her own strength and stand up against the social strictures that encourage her misery? Will she prevail over the inequities of gender, class, and conspicuous consumption? Her wrestling against a fountain full of chocolate fondue isn't just an instant comic classic — it epitomizes Bridesmaids' quixotic bout with the treacly image of women that dominates film today.  

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