Get on board for a filthy, funny and like­able trip

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and per­former who has im­i­tated and ap­pro­pri­ated the tropes and lan­guage of black Amer­i­can cul­ture. And it re­minds us, force­fully and hi­lar­i­ously, that great com­edy nearly al­ways comes from a place of great anger and in­se­cu­rity.

New­comer Tif­fany Had­dish in par­tic­u­lar strips the paint off the walls in a cou­ple of scenes. Up against her far bet­ter­known and more-es­tab­lished co-stars, Had­dish threat­ens to run off with ev­ery scene she’s in. In a film full of near­house­hold names, it’s the new­bie who slays the old guard, again.

Girls Trip is ev­ery­thing you want out of an R16 bud­dyre­union movie. It is truly funny, touch­ing when it needs

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