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Bachelorette review

Three very mean girls pull bridesmaids duties

You know you're in for a wild ride when Rebel Wilson is the tamest member of the gang.

Here, the ubiquitous Australian plays a bride-to-be who is besieged by her old high-school friends – a trio of lunatics played by Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan and Isla Fisher – for a raucous hen-do party that may just kill them all.

Another raunch-com in the vein of Bridesmaids, Bachelorette is a nearly non-stop bacchanal of booze, drugs, sex, fights and thoroughly inappropriate behaviour.

With genuine emotion low in the mix, it’s hard to spend a whole movie with characters as unlikeable as these.

But the cast tear through the film with bug-eyed glee, with Fisher and Caplan perfect as the two worst friends a girl could ever have.

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Ken McIntyre is a freelance writer who has spent years covering music and film. You'll find Ken in the pages of Total Film and here on GamesRadar, using his experience and expertise to dive into the history of cinema and review the latest films. You'll also find him writing features and columns for other Future Plc brands, such as Metal Hammer and Classic Rock magazine.