Thursday, April 8, 2010

Revenge of the Bridesmaids - ABC Family Original Movie

MOVIE REVIEW

Revenge of the Bridesmaids

Network: ABC Family

Original Air Date: July 18, 2010

CAST:

Raven-Symoné ... Abigail
Joanna Garcia ... Parker
Beth Broderick ... Olivia
David Clayton Rogers ... Henry
Chryssie Whitehead ... Rachel
Virginia Williams ... Caitlyn
Brittany Ishibashi ... Bitsy
Lyle Brocato ... Tony
Ann Mckenzie ... Charlotte
Angelena Swords ... Ashlie
Gary Grubbs ... Lou Waul
Billy Slaughter ... Gary
Beau Brasso ... Security
Elton LeBlanc ... Wedding guest
Audrey P. Scott ... Young Caitlyn
Cynthia LeBlanc ... Wedding guest
Jesse Moore ... Dr. Peris





PLOT:

Being a bridesmaid was never so much fun or so dangerous! Hilarity ensues as two childhood friends attempt to thwart the wedding of a no-good, money hungry ex-friend by going undercover as bridesmaids so that true love can prevail!

When best friends Abigail (Raven-Symoné) and Parker (Joanna Garcia) return to their small, Southern home town for a visit, they learn that their close friend, Rachel, has lost the love of her life, Tony, to their ex-friend Caitlin – a conniving gold-digger. Intent upon preventing the loveless marriage, Parker and Abigail go "undercover" as Caitlin's bridesmaids to sabotage the wedding. But their best-laid plans start going outrageously awry!

Directed by Jim Heyman (“Ugly Betty,” “Drop Dead Diva”), written by David Kendall & Bob Young, produced by Frank von Zerneck & Bob Sertner (“Beauty & the Briefcase,” “Sorority Wars”).






Movie Review:

Although, this starred a Disney Actress, it wasn't a Disney Movie and it is certainly not intended for children or young viewers. There is alot of Adult Dialogue, some Language and Violence, throughout.

I wish they could have left out the adult dialogue, because this movie was sooo funny - it didn't need it. It was absolutely hilarious, in fact! Raven-Symoné and Joanna Garcia were fabulous together as Abigail and Parker. They were determined to break up the wedding of an ex-friend, a Southern, Snobby girl, Caitlin, who was lying to everyone. It's an odd mess, but just so funny... I couldn't help myself from laughing so hard!

Please Note: This movie contains dialogue of sexual innuendo not appropriate for children, families, or mixed company. This movie is not a good lesson of morality, although there are No Sex Scenes. This is Not a Family Film.

Minus some of the objectionable dialogue, Raven Symone and Joanna Garcia are perfectly casted in this movie with their quick-witt and fun banter. You have to stay on your toes sometimes to keep up with them! They have some of the cutest lines and are just absolutely hilarious together.

Not a movie for the family, I'd personally rate it PG-13.


See or Skip:

Skip for kids. See, with your Girlfriends for a good laugh!

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1 comment:

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