There is a very fine line between love and hate, same goes between sanity and craziness. Sisters offers a perfect example of both cases. Be prepared for an over-the-top, nutty comedy that will make you laugh out loud.

Sisters is undeniably funny.


Kate and Maura Ellis are two sisters. Despite the fact that they are complete opposites, one thing brings them closer together; they are both dysfunctional. There is something missing in their lives which somehow leaves them incomplete. When their parents decide to sell the family house and summons them to clean out their room, they feel that yet another part of them is disappearing. In order to reclaim their past glory, they decide to throw one last Ellis Island party like they used to have in high school. The sisters and their past classmates will spend a night to remember. Forget the kids, forget the rules and come have fun with the Sisters!

A comedy about grown ups with a punch.


Kate and Maura are supposed to be responsible adults but what does that really mean? Does having kids, a mortgage and a job have to mean becoming predictable and boring. Can’t quadragenarians sometimes let go and party.

I liked this movie because it is about finding yourself and accepting change. It is important not to hold on to the past and focus on the present. Both actors are perfect and they have a great chemistry. Sisters might not be the comedy of the century but it is definitely nice enough.