Girls Trip (2017)
Four girlfriends take a trip to New Orleans for an annual festival and, along the way, rediscover their wild sides and strengthen the bonds of sisterhood.
One of the best films i have seen
I'll tell you why so serious
Horrible, fascist and poorly acted
The people the didn't like this movie do not know what comedy is in this day in age. One of the funniest movies I have ever seen. Tiffany Haddish shines, but couldn't do so without the help of the all star cast. It's about sisterhood, and shows females in a way that men don't think they truly act. Those who didn't like it want women to go back to be 50s house wives, but this movies empowers women and shows what friendship really is.
Funny in parts but very predictable.... it's just your typical 'chick flick' with your typical storyline.
All I could think was everyone involved should thank God for Tiffany Hadish. She makes this otherwise nearly-unwatchable gross-out "comedy" merely not very good instead of outright terrible.
I watched this movie because there wasn't anything much of anything else on tv, but I figured it would be a lot like Hangover with women instead. I was close. Parts of this movie had me burst out laughing, vulgar jokes - yes, creative one liners - absolutely, stereotypes - abundant. Just know what you're getting into before hitting that play button. The shock value is women behaving like the men in Hangover and I think that turns a lot of people off. If you don't like hearing women swear or talk about nasty things, acting crazy and having a good time with their girls, this movie isn't for you. I enjoyed this movie and thought the acting was pretty dam good. And yes, there was some eye candy and celebrities sprinkled throughout.