After blowing rails upon rails of cocaine and verbally undressing everyone in her path, Kirsten Dunst’s Regan has a stern warning to douchebag Trevor (James Marsden), as he jackhammers away at her in a strip club bathroom, in a line that pretty much sums up Bachelorette: “Don’t cum on my dress.
Aziz, barely audible over the jabbering crowd and telling jokes skewering everything from the gay hookup app Grindr to the sanctity of marriage, is bombing terribly. He’s visibly annoyed. All of a sudden, Cuba Gooding Jr. bum-rushes the stage out of nowhere, snatches Aziz’s microphone, and yells, “Everybody, shut the F**K up! Have some respect for the black men onstage.” Aziz—who is Indian— looks baffled, and when Cuba exits, remarks, “Y’all would be paying more attention if we were showing BOAT TRIP up here!” Aziz: 1, Cuba: 0.
Fresh off her brilliant comeback role in Melancholia, Kirsten Dunst stars as the once-popular Regan. She and her two partners in crime, the boozy, slutty Gina (Lizzy Caplan) and ditzy Katie (Isla Fisher), are asked to be bridesmaids at the wedding of a girl they all called Pig Face back in high school. The sassy trio, complemented by a steady stream of cocaine and booze, embarks on a wild night that includes ex-boyfriend run-ins, bodily fluids, and heavy partying. Produced by Will Ferrell, this film is like a cross between the cattiness of Mean Girls and the witty, bitchy vengefulness of Young Adult.