Speaking of genuine, the real love that Amy and Tina have for each other was palpable throughout. The two seem like real sisters, and the movie wouldn't have worked without their chemistry.
Writer Paula Pell is truly one of the best in the business, and the jokes were constant and fast-paced throughout. Sometimes you were too busy laughing at one that you missed the next. There was so much happening, and you become easily obsessed with and invested in each and every character.
Outside of Tina and Amy the cast was a total clusterfuck of the funniest people living. Maya Rudolph was ridiculously good (as usual), and Bobby Moynihan was one of my favourite characters.
We also need to discuss John Cena. As everybody knows, my obsession with the Rock knows no bounds. But what's not as well known about me is my second favourite wrestler-actor is John Cena, whom I love just somewhat below the Rock. He was a standout in his 2 minute part in Trainwreck this summer, and now he's done it with another comedy, playing the beefy drug dealer who Tina is trying to get with throughout the movie.
My only real complaint about the film is that their parents are played by James Brolin and Dianne Wiest, who are currently playing a VERY similar married couple in the new TV show, Life in Pieces. But that's a minor complaint, for an otherwise near-flawless movie.
Overall, it was a perfectly constructed comedy, and the jokes were constant. I'm sure it will letdown some, but personally, it was everything I wanted from it. Watching this felt like coming home. And Darth Vader was crazy good.