The Movie: Paul Feig's hit comedy sees trouble-magnet Annie (Kristen Wiig) trying - and failing - to step up to the duties of chief bridesmaid for best pal Lillian (Maya Rudolph).
The Awkward Moment: Scared of flying, Annie wrecks the trip to the hen party after taking a dangerous mix of alcohol and sedatives.
Look Away When: Annie remonstrates with steward Steve (aka "Stove") by doing Hitler impersonations.
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Sep 10th 2012, 11:04
I was waiting for the We Need To Talk About Kevin walk-in scene. Either of them in fact. Young Kevin walking in on Tilda Swinton making suggestive head movements beneath the sheets or, yet again, Tilda Swinton walking in on older Kevin having a tug. It's just awful, he doesn't even flinch once and stares at her all the while. Awkward. Very awkward.
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Sep 10th 2012, 11:22
I remember watching Swingers in the theatre and everyone yelling at the screen "Please don't call again!"
Sep 10th 2012, 11:55
I believe you are forgetting a certain scene in Black Swan involving Natalie Portman enjoying herself under a blanket with a certain parental figure present.
Sep 10th 2012, 12:32
Anyone remember The Grifters? Well, the scene where Anjelica Huston tries to seduce(?!?) her son played by John Cusack still makes me cringe. Brrrrr.....
Sep 10th 2012, 13:01
No love for The King of Comedy? I'd say there's plenty of awkwardness going on there, especially the scene where Robert De Nero goes to Jerry Lewis's house uninvited with his girlfriend, who thinks they were invited there. But, yeah there's more than enough awkwardness in this whole list though - that Swingers scene really is painful
Sep 10th 2012, 13:50
I'm with haganosborne and I was waiting for Bruno :D
Sep 10th 2012, 15:53
For #22 - Parenthood, Steve Martin didn't find his wife's joystick. He found his divorced sister's (Dianne Wiest).
Sep 10th 2012, 23:46
Fish called Wanda where John Cleese ballets naked in front of a bemused family.
Sep 14th 2012, 15:50
It wasn't his wife's vibrator, but his sister's (Diane Weist).
Oct 25th 2012, 12:47
What? THAT'S how World's Greatest Dad ends? I mean clearly it wasn't gonna be any good but jeez...I thought the kid actually died...it's weird, seeing as I met Daryl Sabara (the kid) when he was a lot younger.
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