Women in general have had slim pickings as far as relatable TV and movie programming throughout the decades. Hell, its even tough to find women on TV that actually enjoy each others company on the big and small screens.

Sure there has been the classics such as Golden Girls (yawn) and Sex and the City (great series but sometimes too sensitive). But now, we truly have our answer in relatable group of friends who happen to fill the void of a vulgar female comedy.

At first glance, most might think this movie is just for girls. You couldn’t be more wrong.

When a group of my closest friends, who we all just so happened to get back from a bachelorette party in Vegas arrived at the movies, it was filled with a ton of guys. From the moment the movie started, we were all laughing within 30 seconds of the opening scene. Maybe sooner.

And the laughing never stopped.

In case you are unaware, the plot line for Bridesmaids consists of “Annie (Kristen Wiig), is a maid of honor whose life unravels as she leads her best friend, Lillian (Maya Rudolph), and a group of colorful bridesmaids (Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Ellie Kemper) on a wild ride down the road to matrimony. Annie’s life is a mess. But when she finds out her lifetime best friend is engaged, she simply must serve as Lillian’s maid of honor. Though lovelorn and broke, Annie bluffs her way through the expensive and bizarre rituals. With one chance to get it perfect, she’ll show Lillian and her bridesmaids just how far you’ll go for someone you love.


The problem with many “female centric” movies in the past is that they lacked the vulgar and sometimes sickening comedy of a close group of girl friends. Being in a group of friends that has somewhat stayed the same over the past several years, I can tell you there are secrets between us are hilarious, embarrassing, sweet , uplifting, profane, disgusting and sometimes (many times) secrets you want no one in your family to know about.

Bridesmaids captured every essence of this kind of friendship but also capitalized on some of the crazy people you have to come in contact with when a friend is getting married.

Anyone who has seen the movie can tell you the dress fitting scene could very well be one of the funniest scenes ever in a movie. It had most of us crying from laughing so hard. Its disgusting, raunchy, funny as all hell but very very real.


Best Bridesmaids Movie Quotes

It wasn’t just only certain scenes in the movie that had us cracking up, but also the one liners that led us to Googling the movie quotes the next day and sending it to each other to remind us of all the hilarity.

Here are a few of the best we found:

Annie: [Drunk on plane, pulls open curtains to coach after getting kicked out of first class] It’s called civil *rights*. This is the ’90s.

Helen: It is not good to have a big meal before a fitting.
Megan: Not for me. I naturally just don’t bloat.

Passenger sitting next to Annie: I had a dream last night. That we went down.
Annie: Oh God.
Passenger sitting next to Annie: You were in it.
Annie: What?

Rita: (talking about her 3 kids) They are cute, but when they reach that age. Disgusting, they smell, they are sticky, they say things that are horrible. Everything is covered in semen. I literally broke a blanket in half. Do you see what I’m saying?

Douchebag Guy to Annie (after they just get done having sex): “This is really awkward. I really want you to leave but I don’t know how to tell you”

[After coming out of the wedding dress shop due to food poisoning]
Annie: [shouting] We all got the flu. Such a coincidence.

Lillian: I just shit in the street…

Lillian: This is Dougie’s sister Megan.
Megan: You must be Annie’s fella?
Annie: I’m not – he’s not – I’m not with him.
Megan: I’m glad he’s single, ’cause I’m gonna climb that like a tree.

Rita: What are we doing for the bachelorette party?
Becca: What about like, a princess theme?
Helen: Versacci meets the gold rush.
Rita: I’m thinking tanned gentlemen that swallow fire and wear sarongs.
Megan: Female fight club. We grease up – surprise! Beat the crap out of her.
Rita: I don’t hate it—
Helen: Vegas it is.

Megan: I am going to take the first watch.
John: I am not an air marshall. There is… you don’t need to take a watch.
Megan: Ok.. [quietly] I have got the first watch.

Lillian: You remember my cousin Rita. Rita just bought a new house. It is gorgeous.
Rita: I wouldn’t know, I only see the kitchen and the laundry room, and the ceiling in my bedroom.
Rita: [after pause] Sometimes the floor.

[As everyone is getting sick at the wedding dress shop]
Annie: May be everyone is pregnant
[As one of the bridesmaid’s stomach makes a loud noise]
Annie: Congratulations

Annie’s Mom: I’m sure she meets him in the evening, beaver first.

Annie: What kind of a name is ‘Stove’ anyway
? What’re you a kitchen appliance or something?
Flight Attendant Steve: No. My name is Steve and I’m a man
Annie: You are a flight attendant.

Watch the restricted trailer here to get a good glimpse of the nature of this movie.

And yes, its definitely not suitable for work.

So from the quotes and trailer, male or female, if you haven’t seen this movie, get your ass to the theater and watch of the best comedies I have ever seen.

Have you seen the movie Bridesmaids yet? If so, what was your favorite part? Did you have a favorite movie quote? Or did you plain hate the movie? Let us know in the comments…