Tina Fey and Amy Poehler co-star in this universal Studios comedy about a pair of 30 year old sisters who find out that their parents are selling their house. And they then decide to spend one last fun, rowdy weekend in the house. Sisters is rated R (sexual content, strong language and drug use), the genre is comedy and drama. The movie was directed by Jason Moore and wire ten by: Paula Pell. It came out in theaters Dec 18 and the run time is 1 hour and 58 minutes. Cast: Tina Fey as Kate Ellis, Amy Poehler as Maura Ellis, Maya Rudolph as Brinda, Ike Barinholte as James, John Leguizamo as Dave, James Brolin as Bucky Ellis, Dianne Weist as Deanne Ellisand Madison Davenport as Haley. Rotten Tomatoes gave Sisters 60% which is 6 out of 10.”Sisters is a sharp Belen of pathos and vulgarity along with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s effervescent chemistry, are more than enough to make up for the handful of laughs this coming-of-age comedy leaves on the table. Peter Bradshaw from The Guardian said “Sisters is the kind of broad feel-good comedy that’s made to look easy by Poehler and Fey, who breeze through the funny test and the Bechdel test and show that the female-female dynamic, so recently considered almost gravitationally impossible in comedy, works very well. Fey and Poehler get laughs with the smart, incorrect dialogue, their timing, the easy swing of their relationship, their ingrained song’n’dance relish for the material.”
I went to the movie theaters a couple of weeks ago with my friend and went and saw Sisters. I have never laughed so hard in my life. I was snorting and had tears coming out of my eyes. I defiantly recommend this movie to anyone who wants to have a good laugh. It was a fantastic movie and Tina and Amy were hilarious and did a splendid job. I rate this movie 90% which is 9 out of 10.