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  • Official Trailer
  • Trailer 1

Movie Info & Cast


POMS is an uplifting comedy about a woman (played by Keaton) who moves into a retirement community and starts a cheerleading squad with her fellow residents, including Pam Grier and Jacki Weaver. Zara Hayes directed the script by Shane Atkinson. Alisha Boe, Phyllis Somerville, Charlie Tahan, Bruce McGill, Rhea Perlman and Celia Weston also star. Producing are Kelly McCormick (Atomic Blonde); Alex Saks (Book Club); Mad as Birds Films’ Andy Evans, Ade Shannon, Celyn Jones, and Sean Marley; and Rose Pictures’ Rose Ganguzza. Keaton, Sierra/Affinity’s Nick Meyer and Marc Schaberg, and Will Greenfield are executive producing.


  • Diane Keaton
  • Jacki Weaver
  • Celia Weston
  • Alisha Boe
  • Charlie Tahan
  • Rhea Perlman
  • Phyllis Somerville
  • Pam Grier
  • Patricia French
  • Ginny MacColl

Did You Know?


  • Patricia French appears with Diane Keaton, Pam Grier, Rhea Perlman, Phyllis Somerville and Jacki Weaver on the DVD box cover, but her name does not. However Celia Weston's name appears but she doesn't.


  • In the closing credits, "Stars and Stripes Forever" is misspelled as "Stars and Stripe Forever."
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    • Vicki: Now what brings you to Sun Springs?
    • Martha: Oh I'm just here to die.
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Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

Took my Sister for a mothers day treat! We had a great time! This is worth seeing! Outstanding cast! FUN FUN FUN!

David S
Verified Review

Our family loved it

Yadi A


May 24, 2019

The film, directed by Zara Hayes and co-written by Hayes and Shane Atkinson, is an abject mess, a movie so poorly built it feels like every other scene is missing—as if after production was wrapped and the movie was in the can, some PA found boxes marked character and plot in a storage room and realized they forgot to use them during production.

Richard Lawson
Vanity Fair
May 9, 2019

The feature’s heart is in the right place, especially in advocating that age shouldn’t be a barrier. But Poms is a by-the-numbers feature which couples its empowering message with routine gags and muddled conflict.

Sarah Ward
Screen Daily