After showering your mum with flowers and chocolates all day, what better way to round off Mothering Sunday than with one of her favourite films.
BT TV Store has a fantastic Mother’s Day Treats sale with films available from only 99p on the BT Player.
Whether you’re mum is an action hero or hopeless romantic, there is something for everyone to enjoy this weekend.
Absolutely Fabulous – The Movie
Sweetie, darling. Pour your mum some champers, because Edina and Patsy are heading on an outrageous adventure in their first ever big screen outing
Jam-packed with celeb cameos and with Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley in riotous form, the Ab Fab film is an outrageous treat.
It’s time to swoon over Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey one more time in this iconic romantic drama.
One of the best-loved films of the 80s, the dance moves, soundtrack and Swayze’s biceps are ingrained the minds of an entire generation of movie fans.
Magic Mike XXL
Channing Tatum + Matt Bomer + Joe Manganiello + lots of flesh = a giddily fun sequel.
Matching the six-pack filled fun that made the first movie a hit and throwing in better dancing, better music and a little bit more heart, there are whole load of reasons your mum will love this on Sunday.
Reese Witherspoon got a well-deserved Oscar nomination for her powerhouse performance as Cheryl Strayed.
Based on a true story and Cheryl Strayed’s 2012 memoirs, the film follows one woman’s epic and brutal journey across the vast Pacific Crest Trail with only a heavy backpack for company.
DC Comics Wonder Woman finally got the big screen outing that it deserved with Gal Gadot’s take on the Amazon warrior goddess.
Gadot’s force of nature performance and director Patty Jenkins made sure that this was the number one superhero movie of 2017.
For mums who may have some little ones joining them on the sofa this Sunday, Disney’s Moana is the perfect film for all ages.
The Rock is among the voice cast in this modern family classic, which has an inspiring message and a perfect 21st century heroine.
Based on a true story, Hidden Figures tells the remarkable team of three female African American mathematicians who served for NASA during the early period of the US space program. Exposing the racism and sexism of the period, its also an incredibly uplifting movie that sheds light on the mathematical geniuses that helped make the space era possible.
To buy any of these films, press the BT player button on your remote, scroll across to film and search now. Alternately, press the blue button and search for the film you want.
The sale ends on Sunday, March 11.