Danica is a successful worker at a marketing firm, and has been in a relationship with "Charlie", a man she met online a year ago but has never seen in person. When she is sent to pick up her recently-paroled sister Tanya from prison, her mother tells her that Tanya must stay at her house. Tanya is amazed by Danica's apartment and discovers that Danica's ex-fiance Bailey left her for another woman. Tanya thinks Danica is being catfished since she's never seen Charlie. The next day, Tanya and Danica stop by the Brown Bean, a coffee shop next to Danica's work. Frank, the owner, who has a crush on Danica, insists that he will let Tanya work there. When Danica goes to pick up Tanya from work that night she accidentally walks into an AA meeting that is being held there and overhears that Frank used to abuse alcohol and spent seven years in jail.
Tiffany Haddish wears her white halter Alexander McQueen dress for a fifth time in this movie. She wore this dress to the premiere of Girl's Trip, during her Saturday Night Live monologue, and to host the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards. Wearing it to multiple occasions is an inside joke of Haddish's and she is breaking barriers in fashion to wear the same dress more than once. See more »
[banging on the front door]
Mama, it's Tanya.
Oh, no. Tanya no here.
Mama, I know it's you!
[her mother opens the window]
This connection is so rickety. Hello?
What? Mama, you're in the window.
I'm sorry, what?
We're not on my cellphone, Mama.
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Written and Performed by Jay Weigel
Published by Music of Melpomene
Courtesy of Carondelet Music Group See more »
Overall this film really did very little for me
I saw a film with Tiffany Haddish recently, I think it was called "Night School" and just loved her in it. Liked her more than the movie as a whole. So, I sat down to watch this one, and found it disappointing. Miss Haddish played a similarly edgy character (more so actually) but it never really gelled for me. The rest of the cast acted well, with the exceptions of Whoopi Goldberg and Chris Rock in small parts. Overall this film really did very little for me. Can't recommend it.
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