12 January 2016 | Shopaholic35
They really do have great chemistry.
It's not the best thing Amy Poehler and Tina Fey have ever done but it definitely had its hilarious moments. Most of the humour was completely seedy and verging on the height of inappropriateness. It's not a movie for the average person especially if you get offended easily.
All the characters were extreme stereotypes and they were complete clichés but it worked. They all played their parts well and created one extreme OMG party. Throughout the whole thing I was disgusted and slightly jealous that I will never get to attend a party like that probably ever.
It probably did go for a bit too long and there was no real storyline to the movie but I don't think that was ever the point. People are reading into it too much and were expecting it to be an intellectual tongue-in-cheek portrayal of coming to terms with yourself and father time. Absolute bullish!t. Do not tell me that you were shocked that it was lowbrow or that it wasn't peppered with heartfelt sentiment. If you thought that was what it was going to be from the trailer then you were in the wrong movie cinema.