Directed by Chris Nelson
Two best friends (Kate and Chloe) embark on a cross country trip back to their hometown to attempt to win a pageant that eluded them as children.
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★★★★ review by Stacy on Letterboxd
This movie doesn't deserve all the hate it's getting. A funny movie about two not-so-bright ladies is something I enjoy, because I think it's tougher to pull off effectively than it may seem. The two leads in this one also wrote the script, which is sadly not something you see too often these days. They're both talented comediennes with great timing and they play well off of each other. (Being friends in real life probably helps!) I was entertained and amused, and that's all that I wanted from this movie. It delivered; I was laughing out loud. So many reviews seem to be complaining that it has hints of Romy and Michele but that it's not the same. Do you know why that is? Because this is a different movie, you guys. See also: One of my other favorite movies featuring two vapid lady characters, "Dick."
★★★½ review by Matt Clark on Letterboxd
In the year 2013 June Diane Raphael, Casey Wilson, and Alicia Silverstone invented comedy.
★★★½ review by Alex Kittle on Letterboxd
Yes it's just a re-hash of ROMY & MICHELE but I don't think that's a bad thing? Like, it's silly and odd and it's about lady friendship so I'm down.
★★★½ review by Lexy on Letterboxd
This movie is so special, however you want to take that. If it doesn't have you from the first shot, you might as well peace out and go watch "The Heat."
★★★½ review by jimmyjone on Letterboxd
What if Step Brothers/Dumb and Dumber was about girls?
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