Bachelorette is a 2012 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Leslye Headland (based on her play), and produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. The film wrapped production in New York. Bachelorette premiered at the Sundance Film Festivalon January 23, 2012. The film was released in the United States on September 7, 2012
Becky (Rebel Wilson) invites three of his high school friends to be bridesmaids. They are Regan (Kirsten Dunst), Katie (Isla Fisher) and Gena (Lizzy Caplan). But one thing that is not known by Becky, three friends is a figure frenemy (friend enemy) problem which threatens the happiness marriage with Dale (Hayes MacArthur).
Bachelorette has a fairly simple premise. It may be a little reminiscent of the bridesmaids. But Leslye Headland, formerly a staff writer on the television series Terriers, presents the big-screen debut with more naughty, wild and rough.
Unfortunately excess is not to be a thing that makes you mutter ‘oh-so-gorgeous’. Madness, wildness and ruggedness when it becomes crazy bridesmaids too out of control and far from elegant, so it is no longer interesting. Though the film opening appear convincing. But after four minutes gone, a film so official selection at Sundance 2012 is starting to show its real face.
The first factor may be of Headland screenplay written by himself. He put too much unnecessary dialogue that intention laughter but failed. He also stringing stupid events that make a frown.
With all the weaknesses that exist, bachelorette still has the best moments even present when Headland is to make the audience exhausted. The moment it comes from the appearance of Dunst as bulimic women. Where he was able to steal a person’s good friends with a perfect mask of evil.