Movie Review: Sisters

Sisters. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler plays sisters who were re-united by their parents to clean and see their old room for one last time before their house will be sold. (Photo from Sister Facebook page)


Sisters Kate and Maura Ellis are requested to come home by their parents to clean out their old childhood bedroom before their parents sell the family house, much to their panic and disappointment.

Planning to recollect their younger days, the siblings tossed one final old-school-style party for their classmates and old friends, which turns into the liberating wild party that a group a worn-down adults really wanted for longest time.


This movie will be a good substitute to some common bro dominated comedies without action or fighting scenes. Sisters bring some light and hard comedy.

The movie could have been funnier should they focused more on these two instead of having add-ons characters or other cast are funnier than they look. Parents tried to do comedy but it is not convincing at all.

The fat guy on drugs are copycat from other films. No original concept on that part. 

Main Cast

Tina Fey as Kate Ellis
Amy Poehler as Maura Ellis
Maya Rudolph as Brinda
Ike Barinholtz as James
Dianne Wiest as Deana Ellis
James Brolin as Bucky Ellis
John Cena as Pazuzu
Madison Davenport as Haley
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