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- 1 hr 24 min
Sister Code is a 2015 comedy-drama film that revolves around the lifelong bond and unbreakable Sister Code between three very different sisters. The movie starring Amber Rose, Eva Marcille, and Drew Sidora, is directed by Corey Grant and written by Darien Curry. The three sisters are each facing unique problems in life. Each trying to make it in their careers while trying to maintain their bond through thick and thin. Software designer Sheila (Drew Sidora) is struggling to keep her job while juggling the responsibilities of a single mother. Stacey (Eva Marcille) is a successful law student who is in a loveless marriage and dealing with feeling out of place in her family. Danni (Amber Rose) is the carefree sister who's trying to make it as a music talent manager but is haunted by a past filled with choices she's not proud of.
Sheila, Stacey, and Danni reunite at their mother's home in New Orleans for her funeral. They are shocked to find out that they are not as close as they thought and their mother had kept secrets from them. As they try to come to terms with this, they soon discover their mother's secret recipe book that contains not only her famous New Orleans dishes but her life lessons and the infamous Sister Code.
The Sister Code is the backbone of the movie, a set of unwritten rules that three sisters live by, including always being there for each other, never fighting over men, and always forgiving each other. But as they navigate through the issues they face, they soon realize that some of the code lines they've crossed. As they struggle to find their way back to each other, they learn some hard lessons, and ultimately discover what it means to truly be sisters.
One of the movie's highlights is the great performances of the lead actresses. Drew Sidora plays the responsible one, who is trying her best to keep her life in order while raising her son. Eva Marcille plays the smart sister, always aiming to please everyone but herself. Amber Rose, on the other hand, is the carefree sister, living life, and being the free spirit of the group. But they all mesh together, creating a compelling trio, and creating depth to the Sister Code.
There is also great supporting cast, including Marcus T Paulk, Amin Joseph, Essence Atkins, and duet performances by the R&B duo Brandy and Adrian Marcel. They add depth to the movie, and their contributions take the story to another level.
The music in the movie is another highlight. The soundtrack is made up of a mix of classic New Orleans jazz to upbeat R&B music that complements the scenes and overall feel of the movie.
The cinematography is also impressive. The movie was shot in New Orleans, the city known for its bright colors, rich culture, and history. The movie captures the essence of the city, beautifully showing various landmarks and famous streets.
The only critical remark of this movie is that some of the scenes feel rushed, and at times the narrative seems unclear. However, the storyline ultimately comes together, and it's a pleasure watching the three sisters work together, display their sisterly bond and finding their way through tough situations.
Overall, Sister Code is an enjoyable and heartwarming movie that tackles issues that are relatable to a broad audience. It promotes the idea that family is the most important thing and reinforces the importance of the Sister Code as a unbreakable bond between siblings. Sister Code is not only entertaining, but it also reinforces everything that family stands for. The movie acts as a reminder that we can always rely on our siblings in times of trouble and that forgiveness and acceptance are the keys to a happy family. It's not just about sisterhood, but also about the importance of family and the relationship between siblings.
Sister Code is a 2015 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 24 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.2.