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Jason Moore
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Amy Poehler,Tina Fey,Maya Rudolph
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Paula Pell
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1h 58min
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Two sisters decide to throw one last house party before their parents sell their family home.

Õed sõgedad (2015) Online

Sisters Kate and Maura Ellis are summoned home to clean out their childhood bedroom before their parents sell the family house, much to their dismay. Looking to recapture their glory days, they throw one final high-school-style party for their classmates, which turns into the cathartic rager that a bunch of ground-down adults really need.
Cast overview, first billed only:
Amy Poehler Amy Poehler - Maura Ellis
Tina Fey Tina Fey - Kate Ellis
Maya Rudolph Maya Rudolph - Brinda
Ike Barinholtz Ike Barinholtz - James
James Brolin James Brolin - Bucky Ellis
Dianne Wiest Dianne Wiest - Deana Ellis
John Cena John Cena - Pazuzu
John Leguizamo John Leguizamo - Dave
Bobby Moynihan Bobby Moynihan - Alex
Greta Lee Greta Lee - Hae-Won
Madison Davenport Madison Davenport - Haley
Rachel Dratch Rachel Dratch - Kelly
Santino Fontana Santino Fontana - Mr. Geernt
Britt Lower Britt Lower - Mrs. Geernt
Samantha Bee Samantha Bee - Liz

Writer Paula Pell wrote the two roles of the sisters just for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

The movie's writer Paula Pell appears as Kate's landlord Dana.

Pazuzu, the name of the imposing drug dealer played by John Cena, is also the name of the demon that possesses the young girl (Regan MacNeil, played by Linda Blair) in Изгоняющий дьявола (1973).

In their previous movie together, Ой, мамочки (2008), Amy Poehler played the "bad girl" and Tina Fey played the "good girl." In this film, the roles are reversed.

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are best friends in real life.

This movie was originally titled "The Nest."

Amy Poehler quotes the line, "Paging Mr. Herman," from Большое приключение Пи-Ви (1985), which also featured James Brolin.

James Brolin and Dianne Wiest also played parents together on Жизнь в деталях (2015).

Excluding documentaries and television appearances, this was the sixth film in which Amy Poehler and Tina Fey appeared together.

Diane Wiest and James Brolin played elderly parents/grandparents in this movie. In Life in Pieces (2015), they also played grandparents.

This was the second movie with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler starring in the main roles.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler had previously worked together in Дрянные девчонки (2004) and Ой, мамочки (2008).

The store in the beginning of the movie, The Iron Tomato, is located in the city of White Plains, New York, Westchester County.

The movie has several members of Saturday Night Live (1975) alumni: Tina Fey, Amy Pohler, Rachel Dratch, Bobby Moynihan, Chris Parnell, Maya Rudolph and Kate McKinnon.

Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph previously worked together in Shrek the Third (2010).

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are two of the funniest comedians working right now. Sisters feels like the vehicle they need to play out any absurd fantasy they wanted to with no shortage of laughs. In that regard, Sisters is fairly hit or miss. The chemistry between the two of them is electric, and there are a handful of good laughs scattered amidst the almost two-hour runtime. The problems stem from the writing itself. I have no doubt most of the comedic scenes in the movie are improvised, but the forced drama is what drags out the movie. It had no reason to push the two-hour mark. An hour-and-a-half of these shenanigans would have been perfect. By the time the party is over, it feels like the movie could've been wrapped up in the next five minutes, but it continues for another 20 or so minutes with no laughs whatsoever.

The party scene itself is great, though. The entire plot is based around this party that the sisters want to throw in their childhood home before their parents sell it. Once all the supporting cast shows up, including the ever-hilarious John Cena in another eccentric tough-guy role, it becomes a riot. The scene itself takes up about half the movie's runtime, thankfully. It's the stories surrounding it, like the forced drama between the parents and the whole arc of the sisters having to get their act together, that drags the film down. It's roughly half comedy and half drama, with the comedy elements hitting and the dramatic elements missing.

When compared to other female led comedies like Bridesmaids, Sisters doesn't really hold up. It's not as funny, it's far too long, and the dramatic beats don't work. But as its own vehicle for Fey and Poehler, Sisters shows a lot of promise, and hopefully they will have a better project together soon.


Another 2 hour flick!!! After sitting for 2 hours and having about a total of 12 minutes of a few smiles and giggles, your butt is going to be blistered with frustration.

Sisters is not a bad movie! It isn't an unfunny movie. It's a good movie but - for me - Amy Poehler, Tina Fey just didn't pull the laughs out of the bag as they do in skits on television. Plus it's two hours long and all you get out of that two hours is occasional smiles & giggles. You get tired of sitting and waiting for the big moment of really laughing, which unfortunately never showed up. The big long party scene becomes just that - too long - and the sight gags and shenanigans of the 40 plus year old participants never jells into fun for the viewer.

Sorry but this flick is just another example of Hollywood cashing in on hot popularity. This time it's the team of Amy Poehler & Tina Fey being offered, no doubt, a fantastic payoff to appear in a rather bloated production of a very thin plot line of a story.

I'm sure it will be on DVD very soon!
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This one is truly awful.

I'm not so sure when I've seen a movie that I disliked more. The only reason I didn't walk out within ten minutes was because I was with two other people. In the end, they hated it just as much as I. All of us, BTW, work in film and publishing. We saw the film at a WGA screening in Beverly Hills 12/27/15....

Where to begin? The characters are insipid. No one on the screen (I'm speaking here of the characters, not the actors) whom I/we could like. The language was self-consciously profane,meant to be funny but only repetitively offensive. The plot, a big party that destroys a family house, lowbrow and irrational. The more I watched these characters the more I disliked them, their friends and their families.

There's such a thing as a "smart dumb comedy" (e.g., The Wedding Crashers, but this was not it.

Toward the end of the film there is a massive sinkhole on the family property. If only this whole project had gone down there. Works like this are the problem with the American film industry. They seek the lowest element of audience stupidity and occasionally, as in this case, achieve it.

To be AVOIDED! A mess!


What went wrong? Tina and Amy were so funny together on SNL and the Golden Globes. You would think another movie starring the both of them would be another hit.

This was just painful. Nothing happened. It's basically a gender-swapped Step Brothers. It's people, on the verge of 50, acting like children. In Step Brothers, it was hilarious because it showed the baffled reactions of everyone around the two main characters as they acted like buffoons. In this movie, nobody seems to react to how ridiculous these two are. In fact, everyone around them is equally immature. All these over-the-top characters kept popping up. Maya Rudolph plays a bitter "mean" girl, John Leguizamo plays a STD ridden sex freak, and Bobby Moynihan plays the former class clown that nobody thought was funny. Moynihan actually, quite barely, saves this movie from being absolutely unbearable, because his character was basically a walking non-sequitur (ala Brick Tamland, Ralph Wiggum).

It's just an odd set of really, unfunny jokes. That's it. Gags that don't set up and lead to nowhere. The only shred of a story that exists is hastily established and wrapped up within the final 20 minutes of the movie. They just weren't thinking while making this.


Sisters is one of the worst movies I have seen in 10 years. I love big laugh movies, especially those that lean toward just being silly, but this movie was just one bad joke to another. I thought the cast of Tina and Amy, plus a a few funny support people, were enough to carry it, but I was wrong. I was ready to leave 20 minutes in.

Each time my family sees a movie we rate it on a four point scale. My daughter, who is 18, gave Sisters 2.5 stars. My wife and I, 44 and 43, gave it one. There is some modest humor that my teen appreciated, but most jokes left me saying, "that was just bad."

I am a person that goes to a movie to be entertained. Ratings don't usually influence my decision to see a movie, especially a comedy where I know it is going to be dumb humor. For this one, I can't help but leave a review in an effort to save someone else a few bucks.

Save your money and rent this movie when it becomes available.


Really, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, and this is as good as they can do, this movie is for teenage boys, young pubescent kids. What a disappointment. I expected so much more from two comediennes, but this is a low low. Drugs, penises, boobs, and more f- words than necessary. Come on, comedy doesn't need to smack you in the face, again and again and again and again. James Brolin and Dianne Weist and the young actress playing Tina's daughter, showed just enough restraint, much needed by everyone else, to be the only bright spots in this movie. Raise the bar, Tina and Amy!!! They could have offered more reasons to root for either sister, but did not. Amy and Tina, please, I know you can do better, because I've seen you do better. Don't settle for making the lowest common denominator laugh. Elevate your efforts


This was absolutely horrible! A poor attempt at a female version of Animal house. My wife and I are fans of theirs. We had high hopes to see this movie, with them sharing the screen again. The first 10-20 obnoxious, disgusting, nasty references, my wife was ready to go but I was able to sit thru. After 30 minutes of non-stop low-life, drug-addict, perverted references...even I was ready to leave the theater. I'm not quite sure how this movie was even allowed in theaters...I've seen better movies, with many fewer scandalous/ salacious references banned from theaters. I'd be shocked, if this thing is allowed to remain, once the true nature of the movie is revealed to the monitoring agencies.


I'm a sucker for Fey/Poehler, and this time they've managed to be as brash and simultaneously fun as they should always have been; I mean, they've obviously honed their craft. They play sisters who walk down memory lane, and what keeps this from being a regular haw-haw SNL showboat is how they keep their eyes on the prize, story-wise. It's a complete film, lavish with jokes that not only prey upon the remember-when-we-were-young? thing, but show-cases humor in its simplest forms. There are not that many gimmicks, really, but mostly humor. Things work because of the words, not the context, e.g. in comparison with films like almost everything Adam Sandler has made. All in all, fun and funny, they make it work.


This movie was the worst movie I have ever seen. How this movie got made baffles me. The critics consensus? "Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's effervescent chemistry" What are they on drugs? On the payroll? And honestly, I loved Tina in 30 Rock and Amy in Parks & Rec. But... oh this movie could be a career killer- especially for Tina Fey. And whoever wrote this piece of you-know-what should have their typewriter taken away from them. My wife and I turned it off halfway through the first time we tried to watch it. The next day, we were like... okay we spent good money on this let's try and finish it. Again, halfway through what was left we turned it off. I'm no prude, but seriously, it was like every other line had the words vagina, balls, dick, or poop in it. Even when it made absolutely no sense whatsoever. Such as Tina Fey being handed a thumb drive with pictures on it, and her response is, "What am I supposed to do? Stick it in my vagina!" Oh no Tina. No... How did you let yourself go this low. You're a writer. You do smart humor. Bad... So baddddddd.


The Saturday Night Live (SNL) alumni are back...well, three of them at least. If you like the sketches from that iconic show which has provided the movie world with comedic actors ranging from Steve Martin to Eddie Murphy, you should enjoy this raunchy, smutty and crude comedy. It's definitely not for everyone's tastes with jokes likely to offend conservative viewers. Just like comedy skits from these types of TV shows, some of the jokes succeed resulting in uproarious laughter while others produce a mere snigger or nothing at all. At close to two hours, the movie tends to overstay its welcome and could have benefited from a 15-20 minute edit to eliminate the jokes that didn't work. 

The titular sisters are Maura (Amy Poehler) and Kate (Tina Fey). Both Ellis women are experiencing setbacks in their lives. Maura is coming off a divorce while Kate simply refuses to grow up even though she is the mother of a teenage daughter (Madison Davenport). They don't need any more complications but another one arises when the Ellis' parents (James Brolin and Dianne Weist) Skype Maura to inform her that they intend to sell the family home. Maura's job is to entice Kate to return home and together, they must clean out their bedroom which has remain untouched since they moved out of home. When they discover that their home has already been sold and their parents are now staying in a retirement home, they plan a farewell party at their family home before they must vacate the premises.

There's nothing subtle about this comedy here, mainly vulgarity of the highest order. Since this viewer doesn't mind sex comedies, there wasn't anything offensive although it's easy to see why many people wouldn't like this movie. Dirty jokes aside, the story does have something to say about the family unit but luckily doesn't preach to its audience. 

Sisters occasionally feels like an extended sketch comedy show, albeit raunchy in nature. Jason Moore is the director and his only other directing credit is Pitch Perfect, which is tame compared to the humour in Sisters. Paula Pell is the writer who has mainly written gags for SNL so this is probably the main reason why it feels like sketch comedy at times. 

It might frustrate some viewers to see some overacting from several cast members to extend the life of a particular joke but that can sometimes be representative of comedy sketches. When the jokes do fire, the overstated gestures, expressions and voices actually help. Maya Rudolph is one of the actresses who fits in this category of overacting at times but when she pulls it off, she is absolutely hilarious. She plays Brinda, the childhood enemy of the Ellis girls who hasn't been invited to their party but gatecrashes it anyway. Another larger than life character is Alex (Bobby Moynihan), the nerd who runs rampant when he takes some drugs supplied by drug dealer, Pazuzu (John Cena). Watch out for Greta Lee who plays Hae- Won, the Korean beauty consultant who steals some of the laughs from her more illustrious co-stars. 

Poehler, Fey and Rudolph are the ex-cast members of SNL and they seem to be having a riotous time, with their antics pleasing viewers who enjoy this type of comedy. Don't take it seriously, open your mind and go along for the ride, you're bound to experience more than a few laughs and even more so if you're a fan of gutter humour. http://mlaimlai2.wix.com/magical-movie-review


If you wish to watch a silly movie, this is it! There were , basically, no real laughs in this movie. They relied on some physical humor, which was not done well. In addition, the writing in the script was done very poorly. This movie had been suggested to us because we were led to believe that it was going to be based upon a serious relationship between two sisters. We would have gladly settled for a comedy which was funny. Unfortunately, all we got was a lot of silliness. I am aware that silliness does appeal to a certain segment of our society. However, neither my wife nor myself find this type of silliness to be humorous or funny. If you are looking for a funny movie with a good script and humor, sadly, you must look elsewhere.


Not funny, awkward at best, very shallow theme throughout, middle aged women prancing around like kids, not convincing in their roles.. Annoyed that I wasted my evening..

I have never written a review before, but I was moved by my disappointment. All the publicity and promotion. I expected more.

There isn't really much of a story line to critique. It fails in every aspect. The script lacks depth, the jokes are poor, visually there is nothing exceptional to remark on.

Light hearted movies with poor scripts at least keep the audience entertained with visuals (e.g attractive cast/nice cars/art/architecture/fun parties etc). Sadly this movie also fails to this regard...


Firstly it has not been written by Fey or Poehler and that's the main problem. How these two agreed to do this is beyond me. The humour is on a par with dumber dumber. It's very unbelievable too i.e how they communicate with people it's really weird. I actually turned it off half way through, and I doubt any of it got any better.

If any reviewer comes on here and says "I don't know why there are so many bad reviews" they have been paid to give a good review, cuz unless you have the braincell of a retarded monkey no one will like this.

If you are going to use 2 incredibly talented actors as in Tina and Amy don't throw them into some smutty no story movie.

I saw Tina in Date Night years ago and that was funny. For someone to write 30 rock and do quick witty jokes on SNL to agree to this every second word is the F word I dunno?


Two talented and usually funny actresses make the worst film i have seen since knock knock.. why on earth did they star in this movie. Is Hollywood running out of ideas? Firstly Amy and Tina are far too old to act like immature morons refusing to grow up. They should have cast Anna Farris and Amy Schumer, they may have pulled the plot off, or Leslie Mann and Sandra Bullock would have been a better pic and easier on the eye. I was waiting to laugh, and nothing..not even a giggle. Just two woman in their mid 40's wearing clothes 20 years too old for them that its just off putting. Oh and Maya Rudolph, now that is one strange creepy looking woman especially to watch on the big screen. Avoid this film, its hours you will never get back.


It's just not funny! I could honestly film my own two sisters doing nothing and I would stand a better chance of laughing and having a good time. Tina Fey and Amy Pohler starring in a "party flick"? Come on, who wouldn't know that's not something either of them can pull off... But aside from that, it is NOT FUNNY, NOT AT ALL! There's zero originality here, none! Furthermore, it seems like 80-90% of the "comedies" being made today rely almost exclusively on "shock value" in order to get a laugh, and unfortunately for us all, "Sisters" is absolutely no different than the rest. It totally sucked! You would also think after working closely on SNL and being friend for so long, that Tina and Amy might be able to pull off playing sisters, but they even failed in that regard!

I really liked "Stepbrothers", and I was hoping this movie would be of that ilk, but even though "Stepbrothers" is far from being a great film, it is light-years better than this piece of rubbish!

How much further are we going to have to push the envelope if we want to keep getting laughs? What's next, movies depicting sex with animals as being funny? Scratch that, it's been done before...


I only made it 17 minutes. Then I asked my wife if she was finding this funny. She really likes Fey and Pohler. She said it was stupid. I said, lets find something else. This movie makes Sandler's Ridiculous 6 look like an Oscar winner. This was just stupid. I think it could have been OK, but what the heck was wrong with Fey? Did she really think what she was doing was funny??? Absolutely stupid. Don't waste your time. I can't believe it has a 6+ rating. I don't know what else to say about this. I need to fill 10 lines.I don't know what else to say about this. I need to fill 10 lines.I don't know what else to say about this. I need to fill 10 lines.


"We need a little less Forever 21 and a little more Suddenly 42." Kate (Fey) and Maura (Poehler) are sisters that are on opposite ends of life's spectrum. Maura seems to have her life together while Kate is floating. When their parents tell them they are selling their childhood home the two sisters decide to throw one last party. What begins as a way to relive their past turns into a way to help their future. I really love Tina and Amy but they seem to always do the same thing. I laugh every time but Weekend Update to Baby Mama they have always been funny but tame. This movie changes everything. The movie is crude, unexpected and absolutely hilarious. I laughed out loud over and over and the level of dialog is so quote worthy that this movie is well on its way to becoming a classic. If you liked Old School you will love this one. This is one of the funniest comedies I have seen in a very long time. Overall, finally a comedy that is hilarious, re-watchable and doesn't give away all the funny parts in the preview. This is a movie I can not recommend enough. I loved this movie. I give this an A+.


My kingdom for a comedy that's funny! Either I'm getting old; or Hollywood seems to have lost the ability to make me laugh in the cinema. I reckon its the latter because I laugh at TV comedy. This indicates to me that there are writers and actors still being produced capable of humour. Some of the best sitcoms in history are, in my opinion, recent or current; although the numbers there are dwindling too.

The two leads in Sisters have made me laugh in the past. So what the hell went wrong here? I'm a bit over the vulgarity to be honest. I'm sick of being sworn at or my stomach made to feel sick to elicit a laugh. I reckon they punctuate the action and dialogue with foul language and filth to either hide the inadequacies of the central plot or to appeal to the lowest common denominator in the wider audience. Maybe audiences have devolved to the extent where they laugh at such stuff and don't need to be treated as intelligent or discerning. The tragedy is that the style is perpetuated by the box office rather than professional pride.

My personal opinion is that the best art is subtle. Comedians of the past relied on timing. Comedy duos relied on one of them being a 'straight man'. Maybe that's what was missing here. Old timers could make you laugh at what they didn't say or just a look.

In contrast, Sisters was banal, immature and embarrassing to watch - thus I only made it to about half time. It left me thinking several things. Firstly, how could the director watch the rushes and say, "Yep, I'm happy with that". ? Secondly, I wondered how Weist and Brolin really felt, looking back, about what they signed on for. Finally, I wanted to write this review, not solely to be unkind to the film but to appeal to my fellow movie fans to speak up and expect more from the industry. Jeez, we're capable of such wonderful films. Has our funny bone really sunk to this? I suggest you watch half of this film as I did. Don't torture yourself beyond that. Then, depending on where you live and the resources available to you, write your Congressman, Empire magazine, get on talk back radio, do whatever to campaign for standards! I'm being glib now because I truly believe we've seen the last days of classy comedy.


I expected to like this because usually Tina and Amy are funny together but this was just bad. I'm sitting here watching it as I type this and created an account solely to write this review. (This is the first movie review I've written in my life, that's how much I don't like it.)


It's just not funny and I'm usually amused pretty easily. Not really sure where they were trying to go with this, but I'm pretty sad for the person I'm watching this with considering they spent 15 dollars to watch it. It's not even on the level of bad where it's so bad it's funny, it's just really poorly done. Just don't watch it.


When watching Sisters, you really get a vibe that the leads Amy Poehler and Tina Fey have something really special going as a duo. They both have humor that is not normal for actresses. Both are willing to go the extra mile to be dirty. A duo that seems like they can work with a lot of material. Both have some really good moments in Sisters but even they can't make Sisters survive.

Katie Ellis (Fey) is a loudmouth lady who can't seem to get anything right for herself and who is struggling to raise her daughter Hayley (Madison Davenport). Her sister Maura Ellis (Poehler) is the likely the better sibling of the family who supports herself better then Katie but still, she is not married and her life doesn't seem to be going anywhere. After their childhood home is set to be put on the market, both sisters throw a party at their old house with a lot of nostalgia while family morals are learned and both find out how to better themselves. Sisters is part comedy with some drama elements thrown in.

Right from the get go, it's obvious Fey and Poehler are both meant to lead this film. They have the chemistry and are very likable but Sisters struggles to use them properly. Fey can be so unlikable at times but then she randomly goes through stretches where she is completely fine. There are some very good laughs here between them but they do run out and it seems the film wants way too much out of them. There are no supporting actors to help them. John Cena and John Leguizamo are here in supporting roles and are just so unfunny and neither produce anything to add to the story.

The plot has it's ideas but what comes together is an uneven mess. The party itself looks great and so much good effort was put into it. It's a party though that's very unrealistic at times and runs WAY too long. We never know where this element is meant to go and it doesn't seem to fully connect to the ideas of family morals and the theme of sisters. The script goes every which way and needs more focus.

Sisters is a lost cause ultimately. We just hope Poehler and Fey will be together more in the future and in something better. Even though it is more heavy, go seek out the somewhat similar like Miss You Already from earlier this year which is better. It should also be noted that with Sisters getting the same release date as Star Wars: Force Awakens, it's film fate is not looking very good whatsoever.


If you put Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in a film together, I'm going to see it!

The two of them separately are awesome but when you put them together it's gold andfr-0 Sisters is no different.

Don't get me wrong; it's predictable and the story isn't the best but the laughs make up for that! Fey and Poehler were amazing and so funny in this as was Maya Rudolph.

Have to give kudos to John Cena for making yet another hilarious cameo in a comedy movie.

I got a bit boring in the last act when all the drama kicked in and I didn't think the ending was too great either.

It may be predictable but this is still a very entertaining movie, if you liked these ladies on SNL or any of their other work; you should see this.

Will definitely watch this again and may even buy it when it goes on a sale.

CHAPPY THINKS Tina Fey and Amy Poehler need to star in a movie together at least once a year!


This would be the archetype of a dumb movie. It's one of those movies, you know, where all the characters are all trying to be wacky at all times, which quickly creates a surplus of "wackiness, for wackiness sake". The movie left me repulsed; the notion that many people probably think this is a wild and refreshing comedy. Let me be clear, I like wackiness just as much as the next person, but there has to be a balance of flavors, colors, attitudes or sounds within in any art-form. Another unbearable aspect of the movie is the worn out and cheap clichés. How about the group of Asians saying outrageous and "un-Asian" things, for comedic effect, for instance. It's funny because they're supposed to be shy and well mannered. Get it?


i am so sorry I lost two hours of my life watching this ridiculous movie. Is the commentary that 40 year old are babies? The daughter was more mature. i was so tired of watching these old broads complaining

about the house being sold and then i sat and watched a two hour tantrum. And who talks like them? i don't know anyone who constantly talks about vagina's and penis like 15 year old. You need to talk to Kristen Wig about what is funny. The only funny people were Maya Rudolf and Rachel Drat ch. the best part was when the parents told them they were sick of them. Yes! I will never see another one of their movies. What is so sad is that you are supposed to be two funny women who know how to keep a movie moving and cut out the boring parts. Boring.



If you want (1) to watch a truly comedy movie without to much philosophical or sentimental crap and (2) want just to laugh, this movie is right for you ! I gave an 10/10 (A+++) to this movie, with all my heart. Because, it is a warm story about truly life, about people how they truly are, about loses and chances, about the child who is hidden inside each of us.

P.S I often wondered why really good movies are low-scored in popularity on IMDb. In my opinion because there is something really, really wrong with film critics. Hence, dear watchers,do not read "serious" (but serious silly) critics, just listen to your inner voice and - just watch.


The Ellis Sisters, Maura and Kate are kinda screwed up in their life. And when they discover their parents are selling the family house, what the hell? Let's throw a last house party!

As comedy, you could expect really silly dumb even unreasonable stuff to laugh at, but this is a movie, right? So what's funny if it's not dramatic? And you are watching Amy Poehler and Tina Fey!

If people see the hidden plot line, I'm sure they won't call it stupid dumb comedy.

Have you ever screw up? When you are a teenager, maybe in school, college, or maybe even when you grow up, screwed up your life?

The Ellis sisters did, just like their last house party. But they lived their live, be what they are and enjoy it. What matter is you learn your lesson, make it up for yourself and people you might have hurt. After all, things are going to turn just fine.