Director: Jason Moore
Year Released: 2015
Rating: 1.0

"Good" sis Maura (Amy Poehler) and "bad" sis Kate (Tina Fey) move back into their parents' home when they find out they're selling it, and decide to throw one last party there and invite their (now middle-aged) former classmates and friends. I knocked Old School for being juvenile so I'll follow suit with this embarrassing low-brow effort - about adults behaving more like kids than their actual kids (in a futile effort to 'reclaim' lost time) - as the party turns loud and messy (drugs! a figurine dildo! wall-climbing! foam!) and it actually turns to pro wrestler John Cena for comedic relief. Fey and Poehler have worked well together on television, but their charms there haven't translated to the big screen yet, and as smart as the two of them have been criticizing Hollywood's treatment of women, they allow themselves to look like bumbling fools in this chick-flick cash-grab. I found everything involving Greta Lee's character (and her Korean friends) to be amusing.