The ideal antidote to all the Star Wars mania going on right now, Sisters is a movie about two grown-up sisters who decide to have one last, wild party before their parents sell the family home. And, unsurprisingly, things get totally out of hand!
This is a Marie Claire Advertorial.
It’s released in cinemas on December 12 but we’re giving you the chance to attend an exclusive preview screening before anyone else. Directed by Jason Moore who brought us Pitch Perfect, and starring a genius comedy pair-up, it’s guaranteed to have you and your girl friends howling with laughter from beginning to end. Here’s why Sisters is this month’s must-see movie…
1 80s nostalgia
Remember the clutter, the clothes and the chaos of your teen bedroom? Well, Kate (Tina Fey) and Maura’s (Amy Poehler) shared room is the ultimate flashback.
2 Frenemy feuds
High-school rivalries never die – cue Kate’s long-standing feud with super-smug Brinda (Bridesmaids’ brilliant Maya Rudolph) and endless giggles.
3 Sister act
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler work brilliantly together but which sister will you identify with?
4 Sparks fly
You won’t be able to keep your eyes off hunky neighbour James, aka Ike Barinholtz, who almost steals the show as Amy’s love interest.
5 It really is one hell of a giggle…
that’ll leave you thinking your own teen antics were pretty tame really!
Sisters is in cinemas on 12 December 2015
Exclusive reader offer Private screenings are on at selected cinemas on Thursday 10 December. Reserve your tickets now at http://www.showfilmfirst.com and enter the code 209803. Hurry, as tickets are limited!
Exclusive screenings on 10 December at the participating cinemas below:
Vue Edinburgh Omni
Vue Manchester Lowry
Vue Piccadilly Circus
Showcase Derby CDL
Terms and conditions
Preview screenings are on Thursday 10 December 2015 at participating cinemas. Tickets are subject to availability and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis via showfilmfirst.com (please enter code 209803). Each reader may claim up to two tickets. Readers who successfully book tickets must have ID available if required. The tickets are not for resale. No cash alternative. No late admittance. The cinema reserves the right to refuse admission. In the event of a dispute, the cinema manager’s decision is final. For full terms and conditions, visit showfilmfirst.com. ©Universal Studios. All rights reserved.