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In early 1960s Baltimore, Tracy Turnblad is not letting the fact that she's "pleasantly plump" stop her from having fun - and, most of all, from dancing. She does, however, care about the rights of other people and makes a brave stand in favour of racial integration on the local TV pop show. Director John Waters, previously known for some truly outrageous films, made a cheerful near-mainstream comedy here, but with lots of touches that are all his own.
When a group of friends reunite for a wedding it becomes clear they are all struggling with the passage into adulthood.
14+ years 105 mins
1950s California is the setting for this joyous high school musical which follows a dizzy teen romance.
7+ years 105 mins
Cult classic musical comedy in which a moody tough guy falls for a clean-cut girl, setting the Drapes subculture against the Squares.
14+ years 85 mins
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