While there were "laugh out loud" moments aplenty in this film, the elements of sensitivity and sadness are what make this film special. I was expecting the former, and was truly surprised and gratified finding the latter. The "ordinariness" of Kristin Wiig's flawed character Annie in "Bridesmaids," are in many ways, a huge diversion her corral of comic caricatures which she has created, developed, mastered and honed so well over the years on SNL, As a writer and actress, this film shows her versatility and ability. Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy and John Hamm stand out in their quirky roles as well. In sum, this is a multi-layered comedy worthy of your attention and enjoyment.