Walk of Shame is Perfect “Girls Night In” Movie

This post is the opinion of the Experimental Mommy.  While a sample was received to facilitate this review, all opinions remain 100% mine.

I am fortunate enough to live in the same City where I grew up.  I’m a New Orleans girl….heart and soul.  Because I haven’t moved around much, I have been able to keep in touch with many childhood friends.  But as life went on, our schedules got busier and we had less and less time to connect.  But I am so thankful for these friendships that have stood the test of time. When we do find time to visit, it’s like no time has passed at all and we pick up right where we left off.

We make a point to set a date about every three months and this time we decided on a “Girls Night In.”  Being that I had just attended the “Walk of Shame” premiere and it was being released On Demand, I knew it was the perfect suggestion.  Even though the girls didn’t know why, I told them that the movie has a yellow theme and that they should showcase the color in their wardrobe or accessories. Meanwhile, I got the house ready with yellow tablecloths and themed food and beverage for my two old friends.

Getting comfy on the couch, we easily downloaded the movie from iTunes and were ready to roll!  Before long, we were laughing and having a great time!  About the movie:

The outrageous comedy WALK OF SHAME stars Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games, Pitch Perfect) as a resourceful reporter whose one-night stand with a handsome stranger (James Marsden of Anchorman 2) leaves her stranded the next morning in downtown Los Angeles without a phone, car, ID, or money – and only 8 hours before the most important job interview of her career.

We could totally relate to Elizabeth Banks’ character who, no matter how hard she tries to do the right thing, can’t seem to catch a break.  My friends and I are all turning 40 this year, so the idea that sometimes life throws you lemons and you just can’t make lemonade.  It’s just a part of life.
The film made us forget our worries, relax, have fun and realize that our lives aren’t nearly that bad!  Spending the two hours laughing with true friends was definitely good for the soul.  Learn more from the Walk of Shame Facebook page.

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