#188 | The “Girls Trip” Spoilerific Review Show (feat. @CoffeeLiteSweet & @mpcre8tive) | #sayhowyoufeel

“Girls Trip” is the Black woman’s answer to films like “The Hangover,” and “Bridesmaids.” However, it’s stars, Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett-Smith, and stand out Tiffany Haddish, make the genre their own with this raunchy, gut-busting guilty pleasure. In this episode, our friends Stephanie and Myonie break up our usual boys club to discuss the hi-jinks of the film, Larenz Tate being a vampire, Kofi Siriboe making women swoon in unison, and director Malcolm D. Lee making a big splash at the box office once again.

SHOW NOTES:
• 00:00:00: Intro/Non-Spoiler Reviews of “Girls Trip”
• 00:12:33: Cast and Crew Discussion
• 00:31:54: Spoilerific Review of “Girls Trip”
• 01:21:54: Box Office Performance Discussion

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