Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s chemistry gives Sisters a reason to exist

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s chemistry gives Sisters a reason to exist

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s chemistry gives Sisters a reason to exist

A certain kind of cinema came to dominate the American film comedy. It depends largely on your cast and not particularly film, contemporary studio typical comedy is based on improvisation on set with directors who sit back and let the cameras roll, then ride the best lines in the editing room. Sisters is one of those films, as dialogue scenes, quickly reduce the flow of consciousness comedy he says. Fortunately, however, also stars Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, old friends whose chemical that actually does not look like loving brothers, but they interact as brothers and quick reflexes developed in improvisational scene.

Fey and Amy Poehler are clearly the center of the film, and view animated verbal ping pong game is always a good way to spend 90 minutes or so. (This film is more than that, but we’ll get to that later.) And although it is not clearly a lot of riffs going on, the script for 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live Writer Paula Pell provides a springboard for actors puns jump full of intelligent, fun details like a dog named Polenta and semi-comatose Brayla sales associate. In general, the climate is harsh-R lascivious, with a lot of sexual jokes, drug jokes, and Fey say “shit”.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s chemistry gives Sisters a reason to exist

Invest dynamic duo Baby Mama, Poehler is well launched here so tense younger sister Maura, which focuses on the needs of everyone so that you never have to think on your own. Fey is a little less on track, but is having fun as clearly irresponsible older sister Kate, who refuses to recognize the effect of lifestyle party-girl has on her teenage daughter Haley (Madison Davenport). (Fey makes good dog, she wrote Mean Girls, do not forget, but is less convincing as someone with anger issues.) It goes without saying that both are happening 15 42.

The plot is set in motion when Maura and Kate arrive home to Orlando to visit where were surprised to find that his parents (James Brolin and Dianne Wiest) have sold their family home and want to clean our rooms as soon as possible for a stereotypical yuppie couple may move to Manhattan. In a fit of grief and feelings of nostalgia, the sisters decide to launch one last rager at home, inviting friends in high school, a band of nail techs Korean party-led by New Girl Greta Lee, a resident handyman handsome James ( Ike Barinholz). Most of the film takes place in the game itself, where Fey and Amy Poehler are mixed with the crowd, most of them played by SNL alumni.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s chemistry gives Sisters a reason to exist

Rachel Dratch foot, it’s always good to play a sad sack, and this is no exception; Kate McKinnon like crazy through the eyes of a lesbian couple flannel dresses; and Maya Rudolph as an enemy of the School Kate, whose life is so sad as everyone expected life of his teenage enemy ‘is. There are also some men like John Leguizamo, Bobby Moynahan, and John Cena, who seems to be following the 10-step plan Dwayne Johnson crossover success with its recent series of comic roles. All are capable, but women steal the show in this one.

The problem is that the sisters are walking very fast, with jokes and characters flying in and out so fast that none of them really going anywhere. (Interestingly, a joke that is given time to breathe and one of the few visual gags film is a bit in the trailer, where the music box Barinholz Poehler stuck in the ass, and works best in the film in the trailer, but still a smaller option for a centerpiece.) And while the artists are talented, the secondary characters are archetypes of values, and the plot is basically Risky Business adapted to modern (wo) maintained child. Therefore, the intention of the film in an emotional conflict in the end just feels like filler material extended as a result. (In 118 minutes, Sisters is a half-hour. I Call it the effect Apatow.) Basically, there are Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, there would be no reason why this film exists. But maybe Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are reason enough.

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