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I have a friend, who’s a girl, and I like it!

Not sure how gifs of this movie exist yet, but why not?!

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I did not like Bridesmaids — but that might have been my own fault. I went into 2011’s big summer hit comedy with extraordinarily high expectations that because it was a movie that starred funny women it wouldn’t rely on female competition as a comedic vehicle for the entire duration of the film, nor would it be set on giving Kirsten Wiig a love interest to solidify her happiness… obviously, I was way off. I had a similar reaction after watching the Girls pilot (which I documented to great lengths); yes, it is a comedy series created by, written by and starring mostly young women, but damn it, why do they all have to be so miserable (not to mention grating)? I just wanted to have my brand of feminism’s cake and eat it too, and that’s where For a Good Time, Call… comes in.
Read more: For a Good Time, Call…: Better by the Minute

I did not like Bridesmaids — but that might have been my own fault. I went into 2011’s big summer hit comedy with extraordinarily high expectations that because it was a movie that starred funny women it wouldn’t rely on female competition as a comedic vehicle for the entire duration of the film, nor would it be set on giving Kirsten Wiig a love interest to solidify her happiness… obviously, I was way off. I had a similar reaction after watching the Girls pilot (which I documented to great lengths); yes, it is a comedy series created by, written by and starring mostly young women, but damn it, why do they all have to be so miserable (not to mention grating)? I just wanted to have my brand of feminism’s cake and eat it too, and that’s where For a Good Time, Call… comes in.

Read more: For a Good Time, Call…: Better by the Minute