When Jamie Dornan sits in his hotel room after filming and changes TV channels, he always hopes to accidentally catch an episode of the cult sitcom Golden Girls: “I love the series. She has charm and is just fun. Even today. " In the same interview with an American radio station, the Northern Ireland star also revealed that at the age of 17, he secretly raved about the eldest of the four heroines, Sophia. He was even a long-time member of actress Estelle Getty's fan club.
It may seem a little odd at first, of all the Sado-Maso-Bo from Fifty Shades of Gray. Or experience the brutal killer from the crime series Fall in Barb and the Star, Go to Vista del Mar as a would-be murderer who romantically prefers older women. But with the knowledge that he was a young Golden Girls, it all suddenly makes sense - and perhaps it has to do with the fact that he embodies his role with such a tangible commitment. Either way, his hilarious performances are some of the highlights of Josh Greenbaum's almost always tumultuous and hilarious comedy, based on a script by two lead actresses Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, who co-wrote the screenplay for the first time since their Oscar-nominated work. on the topic "Wedding Anxiety".Related stories: Escape from Pretoria (2020) / Побег из Претории The Oscar-nominated Dream Team Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo are back - with a guarantee of good spirits in pink!
Barb (Annie Mumolo) and Star (Kristen Wiig) have been best friends for as long as they can remember - and since losing their husbands (one died, the other ran away with a younger boy), they've even lived in the same house together. Keychain is just a crowded cottage in a small town in the American Midwest. When they simultaneously lose their favorite job at the local furniture store, they decide to take a real vacation for the first time in their lives as a consolation.
Your destination is the paradise beach of Vista del Mar on the Florida coastline, and as soon as you arrive, the ladies will throw themselves into the hustle and bustle of sun, love and adventure. However, they are unaware: the cute Edgar (Jamie Dornan), with whom they have a lot of fun, stays at their hotel only to, on behalf of the fierce and vengeful gangster boss Sharon Gordon Fisherman (also Kristen Wiig), of all the inhabitants of this place, including destroying the associated tourist site - with the help of genetically modified killer mosquitoes ...
Annie Mumolo and Kristen Wiig reported in interviews that in real life they are as closely connected as their characters Barb and Star - and in fact they are just perfect as tirelessly chatting, brutally combed, somewhat naive and at the same time endlessly cute provincial ... It is immediately obvious that this is a well-rehearsed team - therefore, the friendship, as well as hot conflicts in the last third of the film, always seem to be real and authentic.
One of the most beautiful and fun examples of wonderful chemistry is traveling on an airplane: throughout the trip, friends cheerfully chat about a person they invented named Trish - they imagine their whole life with all its ups and downs until they finish. exactly upon arrival in Vista del Mar with the tragic death of their fictional acquaintances. The fact that a spontaneously invented story suddenly reappears in the finale is just the icing on the cake - that's how comedy timing works!
Jamie Dornan is on the trail of Chris Hemsworth - after this film, he is unlikely to be able to get rid of comedic proposals ...
It seems like this scene may not only be a parody of the Saturday Night Live TV show, which has had cult status in the US since the 1970s (in which Wiig was also the main cast for seven seasons). Or it could be - like segments with Barb, Star, and their friends, who hold tightly regulated weekly meetings for chatting and gossip - straight from the TV sitcom. Yes, exactly, something like the Golden Girls.
However, the fun ingredients of the overarching story surprisingly come together to form a cohesive whole - and that even includes various, sometimes surprisingly interspersed musical sequences with silly lyrics, or the appearance of a crab named Morgan Freemond speaking to a Morgan Freeman-like man. voice of a. Additionally, Wiig and Mumolo, who act as stars, writers and producers, have written fantastic roles not only in the press, but also on their male counterparts.
After his appearance in