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Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors
Little Shop of Horrors




90 minutes


Comedy, Family, Musicals, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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If florist Seymour is a weed, then the 50-foot plant growing in his shop's basement is nothing short of a monster! Nerdy Seymour is in love with his assistant Audrey in this weird and wonderful musical - and the only things in his way are Audrey's maniac dentist boyfriend, and the ever-hungry, man-eating plant in the basement, who demands feeding - all the time. Add to this the fact that the plant has been beamed down from outer space and sings the grooviest songs in New York, and you've got a laugh a minute romp on your hands!


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This film has a couple of uses of moderate bad language

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