Posted: 30-01-2016, 05:08 AM
(This post was last modified: 30-01-2016, 06:15 AM by _ Zenith.)
Hi Guys. Zenith here. I went out to watch a movie today, and I decided to make a review. I did not choose to watch this movie. (I personally wanted to see the Martian) but Sister's rules I guess. lol
Please note this is my first time even attempting something like this. So don't be too harsh :noh:
So anyway. Here is my review
Directed by Jason Moore
Sisters is a movie which stars 2 sisters (duh). Maura Ellis *Played by Any Poehler* the socially awkward doctor who worries too much, and Kate Ellis *Played by Tina Fey* The party girl who has no job and is technically homeless. They both receive a message from their parents saying that they are going to sell their house and tell the sisters to clear their rooms before the house gets sold. The two sisters agree and go to Orlando to clear their belongings. Once they get there, they recall all of their childhood memories of them having huge house parties. They decide that, since their childhood home is going to be sold. To have one last, huge party.
This movie at its best is decent. Most of the jokes that were made were hinting towards sex, which although it can shed a few laughs in the beginning, easily gets old in the first 30 minutes The only actor who was even close to being funny at points was Amy Poehler. And that is because she is just a naturally funny / awkward person. There were some jokes that got me to laugh like "I'm Dwayning" and "t-boned by a parked car" but overall the jokes were bland. The plot is just a generic party movie plot. Have a generic party girl, and a generic nerd "Gone wild", and watch the hi-jinks ensue. You could point out close to every single joke made in this movie right as they happen. Its a generic plot that is only done right in certain situations (note* 21 and over). It's basically a movie where there is a house party "Gone Wrong [GONE SEXUAL 2016]" and the main characters realizing this and thinking things like "My parent's are going to kill me!" (Keep in mind they are in their 40s) The acting was next to atrocious. Most of the actors looked like they were made of stone. Which put me off to some of the only good actors in this movie. It's honestly sad that a 15 year old actress is one of the best actors in the entire movie.
Overall, This movie was bland. There was nothing special in this movie to differentiate it from all of the other "bro party" movies out there. Every scene was poorly executed, and easily predictable.