Goldie Hawn, broke and unemployed, sets out on a road trip to reunite with her old groupie friend (Susan Sarandon) and meanwhile picks up a nebbish passenger (Geoffrey Rush).It’s a long time before Hawn actually crashes into her buddy’s plastic bubble world (“You’re more in the room than I am”), and the impetus for the whole movie gives way after a short return-to-roots for the duo. Hawn and Sarandon are a joy to watch be so loose and stupid, but with their characters’ irresponsibility comes an inexcusable reason to create a movie solely to center on that: dumb behavior. There is no structure, no purpose, no message, no nothing to The Banger Sisters other than to serve as a launch pad for giddy comport from two over-the-hill actresses.
Written and directed by Bob Dolman. With Erika Christensen and Eva Amuri.[Not to be bothered with.]