Bridesmaids finally showed up at my theatre this week. I work at a second run theatre and we always have to wait for the larger cinemas to finish with films before we can play them. Sometimes films come off really fast because they flop (like how we got Larry Crowne only three weeks after it opened) but then others take awhile. Now, we expect large films to take several months. Take Harry Potter for example, we won’t see that until sometime in September or maybe October. But Bridesmaids was a huge surprise. This movie had legs and it just kept running. For three months.
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