Your Sister's Sister is a lovely film. With gorgeous shots of the Pacific Northwest as well as women as beautiful and talented as Emily Blunt and Rosemarie Dewitt what did you expect me to think?
The story went a bit nuts about three-quarters of the way through, but, at that point, I was already smitten.
I'm a huge sucker for Emily Blunt -- I love even terrible movies because she's in them -- but Dewitt stole the show (arguably because she had the better written character, but who cares about arguing that?).
But a little repetitive. Do people actually benefit from these? I was mostly just curious to see what they could come up with, but some of these uses seem ridiculous (i.e., coffee filters -- can this possibly be cost effective)?
This should've been so much better than it actually was. The actors were so talented and the story so bad that the whole thing was almost uncomfortable to watch.
...doesn't make you feel like 146 minutes perfectly spent.
It's hard to get enough of this heart-breaking movie whose characters warm your heart, make you laugh, and then make you cry so hard you feel strange afterwards.