Tomorrow’s New Film Releases: Highlights
Bridesmaids dir. Paul Feig
Now that the summer is approaching, it’s no surprise that we’re getting yet another Judd Apatow production. This one is directed by Paul Feig, who is most noted for having created the cult TV series Freaks and Geeks and directing numerous episodes of Arrested Development and The Office. What is perhaps most interesting about Bridesmaids is that it’s about women, whereas most if not all of the Apatow comedies have male protagonists, with some of them being decidedly brocentric. Now we’ll get a chance to see the female equivalent of that particular brand of humor. Bridesmaids is written by two women, Annie Mumolo (whose only other writing credit is Betwitched with Will Ferrell) and Kristen Wiig, who co-stars and is currently on the Saturday Night Live cast.
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You break it to them as softly as can. They immediately beg you to stay.
As much as I appreciate someone telling me to keep my chin up when going through a hard time, I’m fairly certain I’d rather them let me punch dance out my rage in their backyard.
At their biological core, men are ruled by sexuality. They identify potential mates using their eyes first, while women take a more complicated approach.
You probably thought I was going to recommend Orange Is The New Black but I’m not.