It's funny, has a great soundtrack and it's set right here. What's not to love? Birmingham is arguably one of the more fun city landscapes, so it makes a nice change to see the second city as the canvas on which the film plays out.
I was in nappies during the early 90's, so it doesn't quite bring back elements of nostalgia, but the film has a cool vibe, which reminds me of an iconic decade.
Tickets have already sold out for the front row seats, but you can still buy a ticket for the standard seats and enjoy a film made with grit.
There's a Q&A with the cast and crew after the screening, which promises to be a hoot.