Film Studio Synopsis: Two best friends and former rock groupies reunite after twenty years to find that one of them is still rocking out while the other has “grown up” and become more proper.
The Good: Goldie Hawn is good at bringing her character to life. Susan Sarandon doesn’t do as good a job as a groupie, but when she’s the square mom everyone seems to know she is interesting. Coming out of her shell is what Sarandon does best.
The Bad: The film can’t keep its momentum going. It tails on and off and has a hard time keeping the laughs and your interest in tact.
Frankly: Fun. If you want something a little different this is it.
+ charlie craine