Kristen Wiig's Bridesmaids gets a Home Video release date

Universal Studios Home Entertainment has disclosed details of its forthcoming home video release of Kristin Wiig's most successful comedy of 2011 “BRIDESMAIDS” on both formats DVD/Blu-ray on September 20, 2011 with numerous extras.

Kristen Wiig co-writes the script, together with Annie Mumolo. They wrote a great script- opening, center and end -that refined the way films used to with a totally believable ending. It centers on Annie (played by Kristen Wiig), who is having a bit of a hard time in her life, she has just lost her bakery, compelling her to work at a jewelry store, and to move in with an unbelievably strange roommates (played by Matt Lucas and Rebel Wilson). Then, her best friend, Lillian (played by Maya Rudolph) publicizes her marriage and wishes Annie to be her bridesmaid. Annie believes she's gotten herself into deep trouble when she heard this news as she has to forget her personal problems to deal with the responsibilities of arranging the wedding.

She's in for a shock when Lillian introduces her to the other four bridesmaids; Becca (played by Ellie Kemper), Megan (played by Melissa McCarthy), Rita (played by Wendi McLendon Covey) and Helen (played by Rose Byrne). Adding to Annie's personal complexities is her worry over Lillian's closeness with Helen who gets hold of almost all of the wedding information.

Annie needs to show to Lillian that she's every bit equal to Helen, but Helen's huge possessions allow for better celebrations, larger gifts and better treatment, particularly when it comes to a wedding costume and location. Annie can't seem to top her opponent, please her best friend, or get out of the groove that is her utterly miserable life. In the meantime, she meets a nice Irish guy as the pressure of Lillian's wedding climax.

Kristen Wiig, Bridesmaids, Home Video, dvd, blu-ray This is a wonderful film performs by hilarious women, and proves that women can truly be funny. Generally women in films are portrayed more prim so it is interesting to have this adjustment. Kristen Wiig acquires a well-earned main role as Annie, and her companionship with Maya Rudolph as Lillian is totally realistic. The movie is at its best moment when these two stars are act together.

The performance and the scripting make it so that not a bit of the funny moments appear unnatural. All of the hilarity in this movie does not distract from the characters or the circumstances. This is one reason of the movie that may make it enjoyable entertainment to audience without a sense of humor.