Monday, May 5, 2014

Movie Review: Bachelorette

by M. J. Joachim

It’s almost always enjoyable to watch high school underdogs win the prize later in life, which is exactly what happens in Bachelorette.

The three meddlesome (and feeling somewhat entitled peers), set on a path of jealousy and destruction, as the bride begins to come to terms with her (high school) past, preparing to embark on her 20-something future.

The comedy of errors begins, as the bride (the last person any of these friends thought would get married first) takes center stage, much to the chagrin of her bridesmaids. Their gossip and mockery of her behind the scenes makes you want to start a food fight, if only to watch these bad girls get taken down and slip on the banana peel as they exit the scene completely mortified.

Bachelorette is an exciting, fast moving film that will have you laughing, spitting nails, holding your breath and reminiscing. It’s a story of victory, defeat and revelation, showcased in such a light and humorous way, you’ll find yourself kicking back for a relaxing good time, and reminding yourself never to take life too seriously.

Because we all deserve to be winners, regardless of who might think otherwise. Thank you for visiting and commenting on Writing Tips today.

M. J.

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Photo credit: В.Е. Феклистов, «Приготовление невесты к венцу» 1848, Public Domain