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    Ok...Bridesmaids fans...here

    BAD TEACHER Gag Reel

    is a movie clearly going for the same vibe. And maybe the same audience. What say you???? Kingsqueen, the offer stands. I will go see this with you, but not, like Bridesmaids, if you cannot wait a tick.

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    There is no ****ing way that Bad Teacher will be as good as Bridesmaids.

    Cameron Diaz is not, and never has been, funny. At all.

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    Finally caught this yesterday. The funny bits were really hilarious. The drama bits got a bit slow by the end. Theatre was packed though since it is down to one screen showing all-day now.
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    Is Bad Teacher bad for women? - HitFix.com

    And this...

    In “Bad Teacher,” Cameron Diaz plays a pot-smoking, booze-guzzling, man-eating borderline sociopath. She breaks laws, hurls dodgeballs at 7th graders’ crotches and is generally mean to anyone who can’t do something for her. Clearly, Diaz isn’t taking a big step forward for womankind here, is she?


    I wouldn’t go that far, no. I haven’t lost my friggin’ mind. But if we’re looking at “Bad Teacher” from the lowered expectations we have for most entertainment these days, there might be a silver lining in there somewhere once we sift out the adolescent humor, sex shtick and Justin Timberlake. Except for the annoying female-centric cliché of being a golddigger, Elizabeth (Diaz’s character) could easily be played by a guy. The current trend seems to be (if the superior “Bridesmaids” is also an indicator) to show that the girls can be just as gross, crass and poorly behaved as the fellas. Yes, we too can crap in bathroom sinks and get baked in our cars if we are so inclined. Yay.
    Is why the Female DUDE movie is always going to get hung up. Guys can get away with oafish behaviour, women, well we expect better of them.

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    Kristen Wiig’s Dark Comedy ‘Imogene’ From ‘American Splendor’ Directors Starts In August

    The trades are making noise about Kristen Wiig’s “new” project “Imogene,” a dark comedy that’s a labor of love and one that she’s been working on for two years, and now, after several months of getting it ready, the picture is good to go and has a start date of August.
    “It’s basically about a girl who kind of pretends to kill herself,” Wiig told us exclusively in March, “Starting off really funny, isn’t it? She does it to get her recently ex-boyfriend’s attention. She ends up having to go live with her mom, whom she hasn’t seen in years. It’s kind of about going back home, so she finds her life again and gets reintroduced to her family, kind of a coming home story.”

    “It’s a comedy about a woman who in a very funny kind of situation is living in New York City,” Berman told us this spring. “And she winds up having to be in the custody of her mother who she really doesn’t get along with, and her crazy family, living outside of Atlantic City in New Jersey, and all she wants to do is get back to New York City.”

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    HighDefDiscNews » 2011 comedy “Bridesmaids” starring Kristen Wiig on Blu-ray September

    Universal has officially announced plans to bring the 2011 Paul Feig directed, Judd Apatow produced hit comedy “Bridesmaids” starring Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Rose Byrne to Blu-ray Disc on September 20th. The release will include both the UNRATED and Theatrical versions of the film, as well as be a “combo pack” with the DVD and Digital Copy also included. Tech specs for the release include full 1080p Hi-Def video and DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound. The title is already available for PRE-ORDER over at Amazon with a $27.99 price tag. The bonus materials set to be included on the release are listed below.

    DIGITAL COPY: Viewers can redeem a digital version of the full-length movie to watch on an array of electronic and portable devices.
    GAG REEL
    DELETED SCENES: Tons of deleted scenes, plus a never-before-seen “commercial” for Brynn and Gil’s Oo-Laka Juice.
    EXTENDED & ALTERNATE SCENES: Tons of extended and alternate scenes featuring the bridesmaids, the boyfriends, the roommates, Cholodecki’s employees and customers, and the hilarious “stolen” boot camp class.
    MADE OF HONOR: BEHIND THE SCENES OF BRIDESMAIDS: A behind-the-scenes “Making Of” the film featuring Maya Rudolph, Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ellie Kemper, writer Annie Mumolo, director Paul Feig and producer Judd Apatow, among others.
    DRUNK-O-RAMA: Featuring Kristen Wiig’s greatest moments on the plane.
    PEP TALK: Featuring Kristen Wiig on the tennis court
    ANNIE VS. HELEN: A montage of Bridesmaids frenemies’ – Kristen Wiig’s “Annie” and Rose Byrne’s “Helen” – best and worst moments together.
    “HOLD ON:” Full song performance of Wilson Phillips’ hit “Hold On.”
    BD-LIVE™: Access the BD-Live™ Center through your Internet-connected player to watch exclusive content, the latest trailers and more!
    FEATURE COMMENTARY: With director Paul Feig, co-writer Annie Mumolo and cast members Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McClendon-Covey and Ellie Kemper.
    LINE-O-RAMA
    ADDITIONAL DELETED SCENES
    ADDITIONAL EXTENDED & ALTERNATE SCENES
    CHOLODECKI’S COMMERCIAL: Check out what’s new with Cholodecki’s when you watch the never-before-seen “commercial” from Annie’s jewelry employer!
    That's a must buy.

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    I can't wait that long!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoobyTrap View Post
    I can't wait that long!
    Directors cut of Sucker Punch is out to satisfy your grrl power needs in the interim. Just trying to help.








    Be gentle.

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    I finally got around to seeing Bridesmaids and loved it, but .... two minor points:

    a) I found it a little weird how they never explain why Kristin Wiig kept attracting British people into her life (brother & sister roommates, the cop .... all this in Milwaukee?).

    b) I had a hard time buying into the likelihood of a moneyed-elite-country-club-ensconced-Scarlett-O'Hara-ish Rose Byrne so warmly embracing the not-terribly-attractive-racial-mutt Maya Rudolph into her inner circle. Not being racist here. I got no beef w/ Ms. Rudolph. Just sayin' (most of) her ancestors clearly didn't step off the Mayflower, whereas I can picture Byrne's character proudly tracing her geneology back to same.

    Minor quibbles / oddities in an otherwise instant-classic movie.

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