I have just one word to describe this movie: AWESOME! Black American comedy at its very finest. I need to find whoever did the casting of this movie and give the person the biggest bear hug. The combination was second to none. The feels were real, the chemistry between the girls was insane.
Plus I totally love how the R-rated parts are not so in-your-face, not so bad it makes you want to hurl, and it is an overload of comedy. I laughed throughout the movie, and then cried at some point. You know, the part where the Flossy Posse… nah, still no spoilers.
This girls trip movie is the funniest thing I’ve seen in a big minute 💀
— Brown Sugar🍯 (@2nae2) October 26, 2017
Another thing I love about the movie? Tiffany Haddish! She all but stole the show. Her craziness, her fierce loyalty, her raunchy sense of humor, every single thing. She was amazing. Absolutely fabulous. And I think its awesome how they were careful not to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
Despite the humor, they managed to hammer on the key point; friendship, true and genuine friendship in all its beauty. It’s amazing to see a movie about black woman that does not portray slavery, a struggle for feminism or all those other things we are so used to seeing.
— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) October 27, 2017
Although we have to admit that the plot is one that has been quite overflogged, with other girls-gone-wild movies like Bad Moms and Bridesmaids, they added a couple perfectly executed twists and produced a beautiful movie. Do you agree?
Girls trip was such a basic movie … Smh
— Palm Tree (@6footBarefoot) October 28, 2017
By the way, did you know that there is a Nigerian woman in Girls Trip? A Yoruba woman? Let’s see if you can spot her.
So… grapefruit, anyone?