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'Bridesmaids' Fans Will Love Netflix's New Film 'Desperados'

'Bridesmaids' Fans Will Love Netflix's New Film 'Desperados'

Comedy smash-hit Bridesmaids gave us one of the best female casts imaginable, a razor-sharp script and that food poisoning scene.

Those are some pretty big shoes to fill - but rumour has it that Netflix's new movie Desperados might just do the job.

Released on Netflix Friday 3rd July, the offbeat rom com has been described as a cross between Paul Feig's 2011 wedding-themed comedy and the 2017 comedy-turned-road-movie Girls Trip.

The plot follows the lives of three BFFs who set off on a shambolic trip to Mexico (Credit: Netflix)
The plot follows the lives of three BFFs who set off on a shambolic trip to Mexico (Credit: Netflix)
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The plot follows the lives of three BFFs who set off on a shambolic trip to Mexico.

Nasim Pedrad (a former star of Saturday Night Live) plays lead character Wesley, whose life is not what she thought it would be at the age of 30.

Wesley is, essentially, a hot mess. She's unemployed, single, and would rather spend her time talking to a nun about her masturbation techniques than applying for jobs.

Added to that, her car is busted, she doesn't open her bills, and she can't keep a pot plant alive for love nor money.

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Luckily, Wes has her two best friends Kaylie (Sarah Burns) and Brooke (Anna Camp), who help keep her grounded when she begins to spin out of control.

Twitter users have called the movie
Twitter users have called the movie

After drunkenly sending a cringeworthy email to a love interest, Wes resolves to head to Mexico with her best friends to erase the incriminating note before her new love has a chance to read it.

Cue a lot of misadventures and gross-out gags as the trio embark on their journey.

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Directed by Lauren Palmigiano, the movie has been described by Twitter users as "hilarious" and a "10/10".

One enthusiastic commentator wrote: "Desperados on Netflix is a 10/10 @TheRealAnnaCamp killed that sh*t."


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While another said: "Desperados is the movie I need in my life right now! @netflix @therealannacamp @lamornemorris @robbieamell Absolutely hilarious film!!! Loved loved loved!"

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Desperados is available to watch on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV and Film, TV Entertainment, Netflix

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.

 

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