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Sisters Movie Review

Sisters-2015-movie-posterLauren Koelling | Lifestyles

Sisters, a 2015 comedy starring Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, is about two sisters with completely different pasts.

Kate Ellis (Tina Fey) was the wild child, from parties to drugs to boys– she did it all. Now paying the price of that she is unemployed, homeless, and has a daughter Haley (Madison Davenport).

Maura Ellis (Amy Poehler) was the nerdy goody two shoes or as Kate calls it the “party mom”, who now has a successful job and a beautiful house but is recently divorced.

The two sisters eventually find out that their parents have decided to sell their childhood home to move into a retirement community instead of passing the house down. The two sisters travel to Florida to pack up their belongings but decide to throw one last party with their old high school friends…but things go terribly wrong.

This movie was very funny and entertaining but it ultimately was too long and the plot took a while to reveal itself. The acting was pretty good and the special effects were good as well. It was pretty vulgar and displayed sex and language, but that added a lot of humor, so I wouldn’t recommend this movie to anyone under 17. This movie is rated R and available in theatres. I rate this movie a 3.5 stars.

 

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1 Comment

  1. Nidal says:

    I saw the trailer of Sisters and in my head I said that I have to see this movie. Sisters was an alright movie you will laugh so hard in some parts but others you will just smile. This movie was beyond good at the end because it showed how important family is and to never give up ok your family. I would rate this movie a 3 star.

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