2015. Directed by Jason Moore (No, not DePalma)
A bitter, purple neon romp through the woes of adulthood, Sisters was utterly obliterated by The Force Awakens upon it's release, but still managed to triple it's budget in the box office.
The reason lies solely on the shoulders of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler who play the "Sisters". Two middle aged women who decide to rekindle their glory days by throwing a reckless party.
What follows is a paint by numbers adult comedy, replete with fist fights, makeups, total architectural destruction, and John Cena (the WWF personality) completely stealing the film.
Serious, Cena gets his own paragraph. His character, a drug dealer summoned to the soiree to supply the adults with pharmaceutical rabbit holes to the wonder years is an amazing comedic performance. It only works due to the film's leads and Paula's Pell's vicious script that brims Generation X regrets.
In the end, it's not a memorable film (apart from Cena), but it is a fun time. If you're in the mood for a cheap laugh, then this isn't a bad waste of two hours, if only to look at what's on display and then conveniently remember you have work tomorrow.