Don't miss the brilliant comedy duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler playing two very different sisters in this hilarious new movie. It's so laugh-out-loud funny that you'll still be giggling over the raunchy one-liners all the way home!

If you love a laugh you must see this movie about two grown-up sisters who decide to have one last, outrageous party before their parents sell the family home. It’s released on 12 December, but we’re giving you the chance to attend a special preview screening. Whether you’re lucky enough to have your own sisters to watch it with, or are just looking for a perfect night out with the girls, here’s why you should see this movie treat!

1 Those long-lost diaries
Bad-girl Kate’s journals are all about boys and teen wild jinks. Meek Maura’s diary describes changing the grit in her precious-stones polishing machine. Enough said.

2 The put-downs
High-school rivalries never die – they just develop better, more bitter insults. Kate’s long-standing feud with super-smug Brinda (Bridesmaids’ brilliant Maya Rudolph) turns into a supermarket showdown where even a fancy belt is up for a put-down.

3 The musical box scene
When hunky neighbour James (Ike Barinholtz) slips and ends up sitting on top of Maura’s musical box, the sun stops shining for the revolving ballerina.
Ouch. But funny ouch…

4 It’s a 1980s teen dream
Remember the clutter, the clothes and the chaos of your teen bedroom? Well, you’ll love the perfect snapshot of 80s cool in the room that Kate (Tina Fey) and Maura (Amy Poehler) shared. Cue Kate finding unspeakable uses for her high-school cheerleading baton…

5 Here come the girls
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler work so brilliantly together that they might as well be real-life sisters. Not only are they best friends, they’ve worked as co-anchors on Saturday Night Live since 2004 and are always top picks as award-show hosts.

6 It really is one hell of a party…Sex? Yes. Drugs. Oh yes. Sink holes? You’ll have to see it to believe it…

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 by going online to and entering the code 241306. Hurry, as tickets are limited.

Exclusive screenings on 10 December at the participating cinemas below:
• Vue Acton
• Vue Blackburn
• Vue Cardiff
• Vue Cheshire Oaks
• Vue Croydon
• Vue Glasgow Fort
• Vue Norwich
• Vue Portsmouth
• Vue Sheffield
• Vue Shepherds Bush
• Vue Stratford
• Showcase Bluewater
• Showcase Bristol CDL
• Showcase Leeds
• Showcase Leicester


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 (please enter code 241306). 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 ©Universal Studios. All rights reserved.