Where to start with this one is difficult. I was dragged to see it by my wife. Well, I’m glad she did. “Girls Trip” is an uproarious film filled with ridiculosity, nasty comedy and excellent performances by Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah, Regina Hall, and Tiffany Haddish. However, Tiffany Haddish steals most of the movie's most hilarious scenes.
If you like to laugh, this is a film for you. It reached number one at the Box Office and acclaim for the little known Tiffany Haddish. While some critics poo-poo this film, fans said otherwise with their pocket books. In fact, many returned to see it again because they laughed over some of the dialogue.
If you’re looking for Shakespeare, you won’t find him here. This movie is about silliness. It does have some semblance of a story as one of the girls Ryan (Regina Hall), a best-selling author, is chosen to deliver the keynote address at the Essence Festival, in New Orleans. She invites her friends and quickly she finds out that her husband and business partner (Mike Colter) is having an affair with a younger woman (Deborah Ayorinde). From there the story takes off as the girls try to avoid trying to tell Ryan the truth about her husband but Dina can’t keep a secret and tells it all including all the details. From there the fun begins.
This movie is truly funny. In fact, it is hilarious. Some of the humor is strictly adult but before you can catch your breath another humorous scene occurs and takes your breath away. If you are feeling down, go see this movie. From what I thought was going to to be a chick-flick I found comedy galore and I give this movie five stars out of five stars. I almost pissed on myself! I went back to hear the parts I laughed over and nearly busted my bladder trying to hold my pee.
“Dunkirk is a new Christopher Nolan movie is set in 1940, during the mass evacuation of British and French troops from northern France to the relative safety of England. Although the movie marks a pivotal turn in the Second World War with the mass evacuation of troops from Dunkirk, the movie is an exercise in boring especially one happens to know the story. Despite the bombs and machine guns, it is a retelling of a story that has little appeal and misses all the key points of making the withdrawal in the first place.
The key actors are easily forgettable in this dragging saga done so poorly that it seems like a college film project. It is not much of a war picture and neither is it a good suspense movie seeing the outcome is all already known. Drama? In what could have been a drama filled recounting of history this film some how managed to produce little if any. Although many critics gave this film high marks I am wondering if they slept through the film only awakening when an explosion occurred. I bought the hype and went to see it. I was highly disappointed when I left. Bluntly, it sucked! But, not to worry, I'm sure this one will receive an Academy Award nomination. If you've ever had an American history class more than likely it was vastly more exciting than this movie. The film was such a bust despite the hype it was off the major screens in less than two weeks. Only chumps like me believed the hype. It was very much the case of how religion started when the first idiot met the first con man.