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Lisa is the manager at Double Whammies, a self-proclaimed “sports bar with curves”, where the waitresses wear skimpy clothes and flirt with the customers. Her devotion to her job and caring demeanour towards her staff means she is well-respected and liked but, after opening up the bar one morning, she is faced with a host of problems; from a disrespectful owner to a new, inexperienced group of potential employees, Lisa’s eternal optimism is pushed to its very limits. A film which embraces female friendship, workplace hardship and the need for individuality, Support the Girls will especially resonate with anyone who has ever worked in the service industry.
Drew Barrymore directs this hugely enjoyable alternative sports film about female bonding and finding your place in the world.
11–16 years 107 mins
Energetic and honest coming-of-age drama about a teenager’s new friendship with a group of girls in the suburbs of Paris.
14+ years 110 mins
Builder by day and stripper by night, Mike is working hard to finance his dream- but will upstart Adam undermine his plans to leave dancing behind?
16+ years 106 mins
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An animated Addams Family movie arrives just in time for Halloween whilst Toy Story 4 leads this week's DVD releases.
Reading time 4 mins
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