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Get excited...these fan favourites are hitting the big screen again

Relive them in all their glory. And if you haven't seen them, what are you waiting for?

Some classic films are decades old, others just a few short years...but when you know, you know. These movies might have come out relatively recently, but they instantly had us *obsessed*. Now you can catch them on the big screen once again...and here’s exactly why you should.

Get Out

It’s a fan favourite because…
When it came out in 2017 (yes, somehow it’s only three years old) Jordan Peele’s directorial debut totally shook up the horror genre. Not only is it genuinely terrifying, it’s also a darkly funny social satire and a thought provoking commentary on race. Daniel Kaluuya’s performance as Chris, a man meeting his white girlfriend’s family for the first time, won him a Best Actor BAFTA and an Oscar nomination - it’s not hard to see why.

If you’re a fan you’ll know...
All about The Sunken Place. The famous hypnosis scene is one of the film’s standout moments. Kaluuya should have bagged the Oscar for those tears alone.

If you’ve never seen it...
It’s best you know as little as possible beforehand. Once you have, you’ll want to go back and look for all the clues you might have missed. Nothing is as it seems in this movie.

What to watch out for...
Peele’s cinematic references. He took inspo from The Silence of the Lambs, The Shining and Hitchcock’s North By Northwest.

Also...Comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish declined to audition for a role because she’s too scared of horror movies

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Booksmart

It’s a fan favourite because…
A great high school movie starts with a great cast, and this one’s got a corker, including Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever and Mason Gooding (Cuba’s son). Set over a final day in high school before graduation, the script is hilarious but full of heart too. Think Ferris Bueller meets Superbad meets Lady Bird. Plus, the soundtrack slays.

If you’re a fan you’ll know…
That when your BFF calls “Malala” she isn’t messing around. You’ll probably never look at a toy panda in the same way again, either.

What to watch out for…
A scene-stealing performance from Billie Lourde, daughter of Carrie Fisher. Director Olivia Wilde (yes that Olivia Wilde) loved her so much she created extra scenes for her.

See it with...Your ride or die best friends

Also...Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever lived together for weeks before filming to make sure they nailed the chemistry.

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And if you want to see more cult classics, old and new, check out the full list of Fan Favourites coming back to the big screen here.