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In "Sisters," Tina Fey and Amy Poehler attempt to bring the most teenage of comedy genres – that of keg stands and drunken hook-ups – into middle age.While the tremendous wit and chemistry of Fey and Poehler is unquestionable, the big-screen meeting of the former "Weekend Update" hosts feels overwhelming mismatched.That's the hometown of Maura (Poehler) and Kate Ellis (Fey), whose parents (played by Dianne Wiest and James Brolin) are selling their childhood home. Fey, the poster woman of quick-witted comic smarts, has here been cast against type.She's the promiscuous, partying mess, while Poehler is the responsible, earnest career woman, recently divorced. Fey and Poehler are, however, extremely game for the movie and up for any silliness or embarrassment if it gets a laugh. As has so often been the case when it comes to Fey's movie choices, an opportunity has been lost.
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