We finally had the opportunity to experience “Girls Trip” and it was PHENOMENAL.
Best friends Ryan, Sasha, Lisa and Dina are in for the adventure of a lifetime when they travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival. Along the way, they rekindle their sisterhood and rediscover their wild side by doing enough dancing, drinking, brawling and romancing to make the Big Easy blush.
We walked into the film expecting to laugh through the entire movie and have an entertaining experience. However, upon completion of the film, you realize that there is a story amongst the humor and even deeper, a form of self realization within the story.
We all know Girls Trip is based on 4 girlfriends taking a trip to the Essence Festival in the hopes of reconnecting and fixing their strained relationship. During this trip, you begin to learn each member of the group and you subconsciously start to place your friends into their roles.
For those who haven’t seen it, we strongly suggest you do, however, we won’t give it all away, during the comedy there are some hurdles that each character experiences. These hurdles begin to cause you to realize which girl you relate the most to. Furthermore, you begin to ask yourself, “what would I do?”
From the Nights out on the town, to the intimate conversations in bed, this film has something for everyone. Male and Female.
Now! Let’s get into the film as a whole:
Eye candy- 10/10
For those who have seen it,
Who was your FAVORITE Character???
What was your favorite scene???
Did you like the film as a whole???
If you are wondering which character you relate to the most, CLICK HERE to take the Character Test! (we did not create the test, nor do we own it.)
Directed by: Malcolm D. Lee
Produced by: Will Packer & Malcolm D. Lee
Screenplay by: Kenya Barris & Tracy Oliver
Story by: Erica Rivinoja, Kenya Barris & Tracy Oliver
Starring: Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah, Tiffany Haddish, Larenz Tate, Mike Colter, Kate Walsh
Music by: David Newman
Cinematography: Greg Gardiner
Edited by: Paul Millspaugh