Sisters tells the story of two sisters who decide to throw one last house party before their parents sell their family home.
This is a film that isn’t great, but doesn’t really try to be. Both Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will always have such a comedic chemistry and because of this, it hardly feels like they’re really letting their comedic chops fly. It doesn’t mean that the raunchy jokes aren’t funny but it doesn’t feel like much of the cast or many of the moments of the film are that memorable.
It’s a film you can switch off and watch, it’s a film about reliving a time gone by, but maybe a little on the long side and probably could’ve used with a little tightening as the film could be a little hit and miss.
From two brilliantly comedic actresses, so much more could have been achieved – especially from two women who’ve hosted the Golden Globes in such a hilarious fashion and have written for, and starred in, multiple episodes of Saturday Night Live, it failed to have a consistent strength throughout the film.