Ever wonder what it would be like to throw one last rager at your parent's house? In their new movie Sisters, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey play onscreen siblings who do just that — which means you get to live out your party dreams vicariously without any of the post-event cleanup. That's what we call a win-win situation. In the comedy, directed by Pitch Perfect's Jason Moore, Poehler returns to town for a sister reunion with Fey, whereupon the pair discover that their parents are selling their childhood home. The former Parks and Rec star plays the "perfect" sister to Fey's tantrum throwing, leatherette-and-animal-print-wearing sibling (you can probably guess who's the uptight one). Their one task from the parental units is to get their shared childhood bedroom into sellable shape. Naturally, during the cleanup bonding time, the duo decides to throw one last bash, and all sorts of insanity ensues. Sisters features a star-studded cast, including a handful of SNL alums (hello Kate McKinnon and Maya Rudolph!), John Leguizamo, James Brolin, and up-and-comer Ike Barinholtz (The Mindy Project). We've got some time to go before this one finally hits the big screen in December 2015, but from the looks of the trailer it'll be worth the wait.