Girls Trip
Year:
2017
Country:
USA
Genre:
Comedy
IMDB rating:
6.7
Director:
Malcolm D. Lee
Jada Pinkett Smith as Lisa Cooper
Wild Wayne as DJ (as Wayne 'Wild Wayne' Benjamin Jr.)
Nick Mundy as Tow Truck Driver
Janeline Hayes as Print Reporter (as Janeline Condez Hayes)
Kofi Siriboe as Malik
Larenz Tate as Julian Stevens
Kate Walsh as Elizabeth Davelli
Lara Grice as Bethany
Regina Hall as Ryan Pierce
Queen Latifah as Sasha Franklin
Mike Colter as Stewart Pierce
Storyline: When four lifelong friends travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled, wild sides are rediscovered, and there's enough dancing, drinking, brawling, and romancing to make the Big Easy blush.
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Reviews
A Rolicking Ride Through Sisterhood
This movie is clearly not meant for me. Watching Girls Trip, I was about as out of my element as a foreign exchange student invited to a Quinceanera. Yet within Girls Trip's raunchy, immature frames lurks the ever present reminder of why I personally love going to the movies. Like any great medium of art, film connect us - it engages with audiences in meaningful ways and ask them to put themselves in the shoes of others. Such it is with Girls Trip a movie that beautifully juggles its ladies-on-the-prowl A-story with black woman empowerment sensibilities to yield a movie that I for one truly latched onto. It's also helps that it's f***ing funny to boot! We're introduced to the "Flossy Posse" via Regina Hall's expository voice-over. There's the rebellious Sasha (Latifah), the troublemaker Dina (Haddish) and den mother Lisa (Pinkett Smith) and of course ambitious queen bee Ryan (Hall), all of whom have drifted in and out of each other's lives since college. After the release of her latest book, and the promise of a talk show co-hosted by Ryan's retired football star husband (Colter), Ryan decides it's time to reconnect with her college friends. Thus they all take a trip to the Big Easy for the annual Essence Festival where, as the trailer suggests, the foursome causes enough trouble to give the guys from The Hangover (2009) a run for their money.

Bawdy, outrageous humor aside, Girls Trip aptly reinforces its themes with easygoing chemistry and solid characterization from all actresses involved. The characters, while obviously exaggerated archetypes, nevertheless feel incredibly real when placed in the all-important context of black sisterhood. Similarly themed films like the middling Rough Night (2017) mined its story elements (and humor) from easy internal conflicts between the characters. Here however the conflicts are largely external - Ryan's marriage becoming the film's focal point while her minor conflict with Sasha is a distant second.

It's a small change but one that yields interesting dynamics and feeds into an empowering unifying theme. It's a theme that feels obvious by the end but remains sincere until the credits roll with the girls constantly cheerleadering and supporting each other through various difficulties. Seeing the verdant possibilities in this, director Malcolm D. Lee injects a fun, easygoing energy into the proceedings. The film wonders through various comedic avenues (granted not all of them great) taking the time to really get to know the characters and bask in their closely-knit bond. And It's clear from all the natural banter that the actors themselves were given an atmosphere to really let loose.

And let loose they do with some of the most shocking, crass and uproariously funny bits I've seen in a movie so far this year. All four do their fair share of outrageous stunts though for her efforts Tiffany Haddish's Dina is almost always consistently on another level. She's the hair-trigger id of the "Flossy Posse;" a loyal one woman force of nature who is a mix between Melissa McCarthy in Bridesmaids (2011) and Samantha from Sex and the City (1998-2004), turnt to 11 for the purposes of making the Farrelly Brothers blush. All the other actresses involved should win some kind of award for sharing the screen with her and not busting a gut.

Pound for pound, Girls Trip is the funniest movie of the year. It's a foul-mouthed, effortlessly crass tour-de-force of comedy that also has the benefit of being an ode to true friendship. Those who have experienced the bonds of sisterhood firsthand should bring the whole squad to see this hilarious movie. If on the other hand you're outside the prime demographic you should still do yourself a favor and watch it. If for no other reason than you'll never look at a grapefruit the same way again.
2017-07-24
Raunchy, Intermittent Fun
Like most outrageous comedies with a hefty dose of gross out factor, "Girls Trip" lands some of its jokes, misses others, and overall feels like it's trying overly hard to wring laughs from its audience, substituting jokes about sex and bodily functions for true wit. But hey, I'm game for a mainstream comedy that gives four talented black actresses a chance to share some of the spotlight more frequently reserved for white men, and though the charms of this film wore thin for me by the end of its overly long running time, I still mostly had fun with it.

Grade: B
2017-08-25
Girls Trip
Girls Trip was an absolute blast. It was non stop laughs. This has been the best comedy since Bad Moms. This movie deserves a sequel with out a question. The acting was fantastic. I did not find one bad thing in this movie. Queen Latifah was spot on. The best comedy of the year no question. If any comedy movie has a chance of getting an academy award this movie has the best chance.

Parents this is a R rated comedy and shows big time with Rating: R (for crude and sexual content throughout, pervasive language, brief graphic nudity, and drug material). Besides that this is a stellar movie. I have not laughed this hard during a movie in a very long time. When the movie was over the audience was still laughing hard that is how funny Girls Trip is.

My score 10/10
2017-07-29
"Girls Trip" is one!
Showing "black women being carefree and having fun just like everybody else." That's what Tracy Oliver, co-writer of "Girls Trip" (R, 2:02), wanted to accomplish with this movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "I think we need to show all aspects of black lives," Oliver said. "I love 'Moonlight', I love 'Hidden Figures', but I also want to see some people who are having fun and just showing female friends hanging out." After all, minorities are becoming not just the stars, but the subjects of more and more movies these days, and not just in historical dramas. But even contemporary films with predominantly black casts have been, more often than not, comedies, focusing mostly on one character or couple (for example, 2013's "Baggage Claim"), mainly featuring one black star (2015's "The Wedding Ringer") or with a large ensemble cast (2016's "Almost Christmas") of mostly men. But what about the girls? In the same way that movies mostly about white women explore their friendships, family relationships and show they can be just as funny and raunchy as the men ("Bridesmaids", "Sisters", "Bad Moms", "Rough Night", etc.), 2017 offers up "Girls Trip" to represent – and entertain.

Similar to "Rough Night", this movie features four close college friends who have drifted apart over the years, but who long for a reunion – and a chance to recapture their lost youth, if only for a weekend – and make some fun new memories along the way. Regina Hall plays Ryan Pierce, a self-help guru whose book, "You Can Have it All", has made her a brand of her own and who is enjoying riding that wave with her husband and business partner, ex-NFLer Stewart Pierce (Mike Colter). Sasha Franklin (Queen Latifah) has achieved some fame too, but doesn't seem very proud of using her journalism degree as a celebrity gossip writer whose blog "Sasha's Secrets" is starting to fizzle. All four of the main characters miss having fun together, but maybe the two who need it the most are Lisa (Jada Pinkett Smith) who has become a loving, but overprotective single mother who has forgotten what it's like to have fun, and Dina (Tiffany Hadish), a hot-head who just lost her job due to her significant anger management issues.

When Ryan is invited to be the keynote speaker at the annual Essence Conference in New Orleans, she decides to turn the trip into a much- needed reunion for her three best friends. But when they get together, problems soon develop. It quickly becomes clear that Ryan's media-perfect marriage isn't quite a perfect as it looks. Ryan and Sasha still harbor hurt feelings from the way a joint business venture turned out five years earlier. Sasha is under a lot of pressure to post a big celebrity news item by the end of the weekend. Lisa is in desperate need of a good time and, when things get frustrating, well… did I mention that Dina has anger issues? As the girls try to support Ryan in her marital troubles and help Lisa reawaken her inner wild child, they all enjoy New Orleans, the perks of Ryan's celebrity and the concert events at the conference, while flirting with men, drinking and just being crazy, including getting involved in a dance-off with a younger group of girls, a bar fight and an ill-advised zip-lining incident. Meanwhile, Ryan learns that a producer is in town to talk to her about starting a talk show and clothing line with her husband and, as all these tensions build, Ryan's conference address starts to look like the time and place for all of these issues to come to a head and/or resolve themselves, one way or another.

"Girls Trip" accomplishes its goals quite impressively. It shows black women cutting loose and also getting past their differences, overcoming the distance that time has placed between them and strengthening their friendships. The disparate characters we get from co-writers Kenya Barris (TV's "Black-ish") and Tracy Oliver (both of who also wrote "Barbershop: The Next Cut") provide great opportunities for story-telling and comedy. Malcolm D. Lee ("Barbershop: The Next Cut", the "Best Man" movies, "Undercover Brother", "Scary Movie 5") makes great use of those opportunities – and the talents of his accomplished stars. This movie is also a celebration of music by black artists, what with performances by Common, Sean Combs and Ne-Yo, among others. Cameos by Mike Epps and Ava DuVernay are also a lot of fun and supporting players like Kate Walsh (as Ryan's ditzy manager) and Larenz Tate round out the cast wonderfully. This may not be the most original comedy of the year and some gags are a little over-the-top, but "Girls Trip" has heart, addresses an underserved segment of the movie-going population and should be great fun for Movie Fans of all backgrounds. "A-"
2017-07-22
Girls Trip Film Review
The new comedy film Girls Trip starring Jada Pickett Smith, Queen Latifah, Regina Hall, Tiffany Haddish.

In Girls Trip Producer Will Packer (Ride Along and Think Like a Man franchises, upcoming Almost Christmas) presents Girls Trip, a new comedy from director Malcolm D. Lee (The Best Man franchise, Barbershop: The Next Cut). When four lifelong friends — Ryan Pierce (American actress Regina Hall - Law Abiding Citizen, Superhero Movie), Sasha Franklin (American actress Queen Latifah - Chicago, Hairspray), Lisa Cooper (American actress Jada Pinkett Smith - US TV Series Gotham, Bad Moms and who is married to American actor Will Smith in real life) and Dina (American actress Tiffany Haddish - Patterns Of Attraction, School Dance) — travel to New Orleans, Louisiana for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled, wild sides are rediscovered, and there's enough dancing, drinking, brawling and romancing to make the Big Easy blush. James Lopez, head of motion pictures for Will Packer Productions, and Preston Holmes, executive produce.

Amongst the other actors / actresses in Girls Trip along with some famous singers include American actor Larenz Tate (Ray, A Man Apart) as Julian Stevens a singer, American actor Mike Colter (US TV Series Luke Cage, Million Dollar Baby) as Stewart Pierce Ryan Pierce's husband, American actress Kate Walsh (Under The Tuscan Sun, The Family Man) as Elizabeth Davelli Ryan Pierce's PA, American actor Kofi Siriboe (Prom, The Longshots) as Malik, American actress Lara Grice (Free State Of Jones, The Mechanic) as Bethany, English actress Deborah Ayorinde (US TV Series Luke Cage, Barbershop: The Next Cut) as Simone, singer Wild Wayne as a DJ, American actor Ricky Wayne (A Mosquito-Man, Love And Honor) as Ted, Shrey Neil as Vikram, American actress Donna Biscoe (Hidden Figures, Mississippi Damned) as Delores, Aadyn Encalarde as Riley Lisa Cooper's daughter, Cayden Williams as Austin Lisa Cooper's son, American actress Tonea Stewart (Mississippi Burning, A Time To Kill) as Aunt Marian Lisa Cooper's Auntie, American actor Robert Miano (Donnie Brasco, Dungeons & Dragons) as Hobo Bob, English singer Estelle as herself, American rapper and actor Common (Selma, Terminator Salvation) as himself, American singer Sean Combs best known as Puff Daddy (Monster's Ball, Draft Day) as himself, American singer Faith Evans (Turn It Up, The Fighting Temptations) as herself, American singer Ne-Yo (Battle Los Angeles, Red Tails) as himself, American actor Morris Chestnut (Kick-Ass 2, The Call) as himself, American singer Mariah Carey as herself and American actor Kyle Clements (12 Rounds, 2 Guns) as Officer Sims.

Most of the film is shot on location in New Orleans, Louisiana the home to the famous festival Mardi Gras which is the French for Fat Tuesday which takes place in New Orleans every year in February down the famous street Bourbon Street in New Orleans which is also home to the Mercedes Super-Benz Superdome Arena where WrestleMania 30 took place three years ago and where WrestleMania 34 will take place next year on 8th April 2018.

Overall Girls Trip is a good really funny comedy film filled with lots of funny moments, girls having fun and messing about, tongue and cheek stuff, fall outs, arguments, friendship, togetherness, partying, drinking, smoking, getting drunk, bad language, some rude, crude and offensive stuff which I shouldn't mention on here in great detail just in case I offend or upset anyone on here, some weird moments like delusions, lying, cheating, backstabbing people, some OMG and LOL moments, some close shaves, some oh no moments, catchy songs, music concerts and famous singers singing on stage inside the Mercedes- Benz Superdome Arena and many other things throughout the film.

So I will give Girls Trip an overall rating of 3 out of 5 stars and Girls Trip is worth seeing if you like funny comedy films like The Hangover films, Bad Moms, Last Vegas, American Pie films amongst others.

So if you get the chance to see Girls Trip in the cinema then you should go and see it sooner than later.
2017-08-07
Great comedy full of laughs.
I just saw this yesterday with my wife and I wanted to see it more than her. It was absolutely hilarious. I grew up watching Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett, and Regina hall. Tiffany Haddish was amazing as the funny as hell / silly friend she portrays. Haddish had some of the funniest lines / scenes I've ever witnessed and she played them very well. I needed a good laugh and this film delivered. I laughed every minute for a long time, unless something more serious was going on, and even then, I had a smirk on my face. The whole theatre laughed as well, it felt good to laugh in conjunction with a bunch of other people.

This dramedy was just what I needed and it brought me back to the days when I too had a crew to roll with. Now that I'm approaching 30 I only have one real friend from my high school / college days and the nostalgia the film invoked within me was much appreciated. This film is full of dancing, laughs, and great depiction of what friends and people actually go through. Check it out for yourself! I cannot wait for it to be on DVD/Blu-ray so that I may add it to my collection and laugh once more.
2017-08-09
Bitch, your partner is sleeping with an Instagram skank
This was so bad, not sure whether to laugh at how bad it is or to walk out. Between the swearing, cheap overt sexual strutting, the cheap, crude dialogue, the hopelessly predictable story line and obvious product placements, there isn't much to rank this movie. Ms. Nasty's huge earrings come and go, the word "dick", Ni**a, and everything else that's trash is so frequent in the dialogue. Watch to fill the space on a screen and noise on speakers.
2017-10-03
What an unpleasant movie
I can't remember a time when I watched a more disgusting movie than this. Once again an over-rated rubbish that seemed to have done well at box office for unknown reasons! By the way I did not understand half the spoken words as the actresses seem to speak a language other than English!!! Either way I Don't think I missed much.

One final word: this movie is not funny. In case anyone needed clarification.
2017-10-24
I lost the will to love watching this...
I can't explain how horrific this movie is. I regret every dollar I spent on it and more importantly every minute of my time. All the actresses in it should be ashamed of making such a movie, truly ashamed.

It is cringe worthy, and there isn't a shred of humor, or whiff of it being clever.

Take my word for it, avoid at all costs.
2017-11-30
I did not expect to like it, but I LOVED IT !!...
...to be honest, I generally do not like these type of movie, because it's kinda stereotypical , but I FREAKING LOVED DINA!!!in the movie. She made me laugh so bad...I had to be shushed. For me, DINA turned over the profits for this movie. My work colleagues watched it first and they would not stop gushing about it, so I went to the movies and I am glad to say, I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED.

Many of the reviewers said it was trash, but each to their own. I love a good comedy anytime and I also love men.lol
2017-10-12
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