'Bachelorette,' 'The Words' reviewed by Mr. Moviefone
This week at the movies, some bachelorettes are bridesmaids with a hangover, there are some "Inbetweeners," but first, someone has a case of liar's remorse in "The Words."
Bradley Cooper is a struggling writer who finds fame after stealing someone else's manuscript. But as the lie begins to eat away at him, a discovery will change his life forever. Also starring Zoe Saldana, Olivia Wilde, Dennis Quaid and Jeremy Irons.
The Reel Deal: Sounding like they came straight from the pages of a book of the month, the words are cheesy, and would have been better left unwritten. I'm out.
It's bridesmaids gone wild in "Bachelorette."
Three friends are off to New York City for a wedding and bachelorette party. And as you probably guessed, things go horribly wrong on the way to the altar.
The Reel Deal: The movie borrows liberally from its predecessors, but it's a strong cast with some dark, biting comedy. Plus it's also on pay per view, so for nine bucks for the whole party. I'm in.
Also in limited release, a movie based on a hit British TV show makes its way across the pond in "The Inbetweeners." There's "Branded" in which corporations try to take over people's minds and "The Eye Of The Storm" based on the hit novel by Patrick White.
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