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The Five-Year Engagement and 6 other films hailed as 'the next Bridesmaids'

The Five-Year Engagement, the R-rated romantic comedy starring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt that hits theaters this weekend, could be "this year's Bridesmaids," says Sandie Angulo Chen at Next Movie. Like last summer's box office behemoth, Engagement is produced by Judd Apatow, centers around wedding planning, and features as many raunchy sex jokes as it does heartfelt moments.
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