Reviewed byderekrwhitlockVote: 4/10/10
Cavernous sequences of trite dialogue build to Tarantinoesque levels oftension, repeatedly failing to pay off... (It didn't take long before Istarted praying that Kurt Russel would come shredding across thevineyard in his hotrod and mow these two idiots down).
Is that seriously a '7.7' up there? (maybe I'm going blind)
This is a movie about girls, by girls, for girls, archetyping girls, sogirls who aren't quite sure what it means to be girls can finally justbe girls.
The epitome of narrowing construct - feminism's worst nightmare.
Unimpressive at its best; bordering on nauseating at its worst.
Reviewed byJennifer AndrowskiVote: 10/10/10
If I could, I would give this movie more stars. I found it to be areally wonderful and touching as well as a hilariously real movie.Indie films always have a top place in my heart and this was just one Ifell in love with. From laughing to crying, this film is definitely amust see.
I've always been an Aly & AJ fan and am happy to see them in anotherfilm together. I love their sisterly chemistry on and off screen andthey're amazingly talented. Their sibling relationship in the movie wasadorable and witty and comical. Their performance of their song in themovie was also incredibly beautiful. I don't think there was anything Idisliked. Might not be a movie for everyone, but it was definitely oneof my favorites!
Two sisters on the cusp of adulthood, Elle and Joy, spend a final week before embarking on their next music tour visiting friends and preparing for the going away party they intend to host. Their apprehensions about throwing the party are universally validated when their divorced mother and father, as well as both of their ex-girlfriends, converge on the party, leaving tragedy in the wake of what they had envisioned as a unifying celebration. In the aftermath of this fateful night, Elle and Joy are left with the sobering yet liberating truth that they can only rely on each other.