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A London dance crew are getting ready for a big competition when their leader, Jay, bails on them. How will Carly, who's now in charge, convince them that they can still win? She gets an interesting offer of rehearsal space from the Royal Dance School - but there is a price: she'll have to add classical ballet moves to the routine. Can it work? Sure, there's nothing hugely original in the story, but the film has tons of energy and appearances from Flawless and Britain's Got Talent winners Diversity.
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11+ years 84 mins
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7–11 years 101 mins
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11+ years 82 mins
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We look at new coming-of-age drama The Fits, the story of young boxer Toni and her transition into adulthood as she joins a competitive dance troupe.
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