Director: Jason Moore
Release Date: December 18, 2015
Duration: 118 minutes
My Rating: 8/10
Overview: The old saying is wrong... A sister is actually a girl's best friend.
When adult sisters, Maura and Kate, learn their parents are selling their childhood house, the girls return home to throw one final party before their home becomes another's.
What happens next will keep you laughing hysterically throughout the entire move.
What I loved: Tina and Amy are the power duo women need, no deserve. Their chemistry is historically electric and their relationship in Sisters is no exception. They are the ying to each other's yang and their different personalities in the film make their roles even sweeter.
The best aspects of this movie are the comedic scenes are more prevalent than just what the trailer reveals and the "serious" plot-line which often accompanies comedies is relevant and not too heavy on the story as a whole.
I really hate when a movie's trailer shows all of the funniest scenes the movie has to offer, ie Neighbors or when a comedy's dramatic twist is too serious and spoils the story, ie Wedding Crashers.
Sisters is a delectable movie perfect to see with your friends, co-workers and even your sisters. I guarantee once you start laughing, you will not stop.
PS. Make sure you stay for the credits to see a special treat!
What I didn't: Admittedly, the movie does start off a little slow, but it does ramp up and the wait will be worth your while.
Although the women in the movie kicked some serious tail, I would have liked more well-known male actors to have been cast. Maura's love interest, Ike Barinholtz of The League and The Mindy Project, was great, however, I could think of funnier men better suited for the role.