Plot: Two sisters decide to throw one last house party before their parents sell their family home.
It’s really hard for me to write out a review when I disliked a film but it didn’t inspire extreme anger in me. It’s hard to pull emotions then and put them into words. Anyone else have that problem?
Sisters should have been good. With two of the best comedic actresses out there, Sisters should have been uproariously funny. It wasn’t – the humor was flat and ill-timed and badly paced. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey looked uncomfortable and it is astonishing but they didn’t have any connection on screen. I was bored most of the time and found the entire movie to be highly implausible and utterly ridiculous. A bunch of middle class Americans completely destroying a suburban house?A sink hole taking out an entire swimming pool?The owners of the house being okay with the complete wreckage? On top of all that a happy ending for everyone involved? I mean really – I can take an enormous amount of improbability in a movie but the quantity of nonsense that occurred in the Ellis house party exceeded even my high threshold of tolerance.
Anyway, this is as much as you are getting from me. I’m really glad I didn’t travel out to go see this in cinema; it would have made it that much worse. The characters are all unlikeable, immature and just plain stupid. The forced romance is unnecessary and insincere. The charisma between the leads lacked and the entire plot was a bunch of shit.
PS: Me and my sisters are WAY cooler than this.
I love both actresses so this is disappointing!😕
I was ready to love this. I am such a fan of both ladies 😦
Infinity War’ll be more disappointing. Dang Avengers movie’s suppose to be a whole film,
I ain’t waitin’ til’ 2019 to see Thanos beaten in his own game in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Thanks for the warning. I’ll be giving this one a miss!
I was really disappointed by it. Rather avoid 🙂
Ugh, this just looks terrible, and not like my cup of tea at all. Would rather just avoid it.
This isn’t remotely your thing. Avoid like the plague.
Completely agree. I came to this with hope of Bridesmaids-esque laughs, but your point about the timing of the humour is spot on. Everything was trying far too hard and falling way too short. One to forget for all involved.