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9th Aug '16 8:02:48 AM dsneybuf
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* The ''Film/{{Bridesmaids}}'' script consists mostly of the cast members and Creator/JuddApatow assuring Creator/KristenWiig that they won't ruin the movie, by keeping their characters and conflicts as realistic as possible, and making sure gross-out gags only take up "maybe 5% of the total running time." Ultimately, the only criticism the author can make against the movie itself involves a tonally different mid-credits scene.

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* The ''Film/{{Bridesmaids}}'' script consists mostly of the cast members and Creator/JuddApatow assuring Creator/KristenWiig that they won't ruin the movie, by keeping their characters and conflicts as realistic as possible, and making sure gross-out gags only take up "maybe 5% of the total running time." Ultimately, the only criticism the author can make against the movie itself involves a tonally different mid-credits scene. It also feels nice that no one seems to object to Creator/MelissaMcCarthy calling ''herself'' the hero, for pushing along Wiig's CharacterDevelopment.
3rd Aug '16 10:38:38 AM dsneybuf
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* The ''Film/{{Bridesmaids}}'' script consists mostly of the cast members and Creator/JuddApatow assuring Creator/KristenWiig that they won't ruin the movie, by keeping their characters and conflicts as realistic as possible, and making sure gross-out gags only take up "maybe 5% of the total running time." Ultimately, the only criticisms the author can come up with don't target the film itself, but rather Creator/{{Universal}}, for marketing and releasing it poorly, and any moviegoers who decided to watch [[{{Sequelitis}} mediocre sequels]] instead of it.

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* The ''Film/{{Bridesmaids}}'' script consists mostly of the cast members and Creator/JuddApatow assuring Creator/KristenWiig that they won't ruin the movie, by keeping their characters and conflicts as realistic as possible, and making sure gross-out gags only take up "maybe 5% of the total running time." Ultimately, the only criticisms criticism the author can come up with don't target make against the film itself, but rather Creator/{{Universal}}, for marketing and releasing it poorly, and any moviegoers who decided to watch [[{{Sequelitis}} mediocre sequels]] instead of it. movie itself involves a tonally different mid-credits scene.
3rd Aug '16 10:26:35 AM dsneybuf
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* The ''Film/{{Bridesmaids}}'' script consists mostly of the cast members and Creator/JuddApatow assuring Creator/KristenWiig that they won't ruin the movie, by keeping their characters and conflicts as realistic as possible, and making sure gross-out gags only take up "maybe 5% of the total running time." Ultimately, the only criticisms the author can come up with don't target the film itself, but rather Creator/{{Universal}}, for marketing and releasing it poorly, and any moviegoers who decided to watch [[{{Sequelitis}} mediocre sequels]] instead of it.
22nd Jun '16 8:18:13 AM dsneybuf
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* The script for ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' has a kind of cute scene after Nicholas Hoult asks Creator/TomHardy and Creator/CharlizeTheron if they plan to kill him, as punishment for attempting to murder them. Tom decides to spare [[KarmaHoudini Nicholas]], explaining that since he and Charlize have decided to remain JustFriends, Nicholas will have a "teen angst romantic subplot" with Riley Keough.

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* The script for ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' has a kind of cute scene after Nicholas Hoult Creator/NicholasHoult asks Creator/TomHardy and Creator/CharlizeTheron if they plan to kill him, as punishment for attempting to murder them. Tom decides to spare [[KarmaHoudini Nicholas]], explaining that since he and Charlize have decided to remain JustFriends, which lands Nicholas will have in a "teen angst romantic subplot" with Riley Keough.
1st Oct '15 8:21:10 AM dsneybuf
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* The script for ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' has a kind of cute scene after Nicholas Hoult asks Creator/TomHardy and Creator/CharlizeTheron if they plan to kill him, as punishment for attempting to murder them. Tom answers by revealing that he and Charlize have decided to remain JustFriends, then arranges for [[KarmaHoudini Nicholas]] to have a "teen angst romantic subplot" with Riley Keough.

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* The script for ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' has a kind of cute scene after Nicholas Hoult asks Creator/TomHardy and Creator/CharlizeTheron if they plan to kill him, as punishment for attempting to murder them. Tom answers by revealing decides to spare [[KarmaHoudini Nicholas]], explaining that since he and Charlize have decided to remain JustFriends, then arranges for [[KarmaHoudini Nicholas]] to Nicholas will have a "teen angst romantic subplot" with Riley Keough.
1st Oct '15 8:14:32 AM dsneybuf
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* The script for ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' has a kind of cute scene after Nicholas Hoult asks Creator/TomHardy and Creator/CharlizeTheron if they plan to kill him, as punishment for attempting to murder them. Tom answers by revealing that he and Charlize have decided to remain JustFriends, then arranges for [[KarmaHoudini Nicholas]] to have a "teen angst romantic subplot" with Riley Keough.
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