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Nativity Rocks!

Nativity Rocks!
Nativity Rocks!

Year

2018

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Family, Musicals

Language

English

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Synopsis

In the last 'Nativity' film, the pupils of St. Bernadette school and Mr. Poppy raced against the clock to deliver their Christmas performance while also trying to recover Mr. Shepherd’s memory. In this latest installment, new teacher Jerry Poppy, headmistress Mrs. Keen and the ruthless show director, Emmanuel, helps the class prepare for a place in a rock musical competition, merging the nativity story into rock anthems, including a hilarious festive rendition of Rainbow’s ‘Since You’ve Been Gone.’ Just as the previous films in the series, this is a feel-good film with silly twists and turns to watch on the run up to Christmas.

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U Classification

Mild rude humour, infrequent very mild bad language.

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