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When Jacob discovers clues to a mystery that stretches across time, he finds Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. But the danger deepens after he gets to know the residents and learns about their special powers. 

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MOANA (2016)

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In Ancient Polynesia, when a terrible curse incurred by the Demigod Maui reaches an impetuous Chieftain's daughter's island, she answers the Ocean's call to seek out the Demigod to set things right. 

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10000 BC (2008)

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An ice age tribe's warriors battle mammoths, get raided by bandits on horses, cross a jungle, battle giant predatory hens, ally with another tribe, cross a desert and battle with the builders of pyramids. find out more...

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Jules Verne's classic underwater adventure is brought vividly to life in this 1950's Disney adaptation, thanks in large part to some great monster effects, and James Mason's scene stealing portrayal of Captain Nemo as mad genius. Huge fun.

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The ‘It' in question is some hitherto mythical sand fairy that five children reminiscent of an Enid Blyton tale discover on a beach. The cantankerous wee beastie grants the children a wish a day that lasts till sunset, but they soon find that a badly thought through wish can just be a very nicely wrapped disaster. An old fashioned, peculiarly British children's adventure, that's not without charm. find out more...

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The recently orphaned Baudelaire children find themselves taken in by a distant relative, Count Olaf, but the devilish Count is not paternally inclined, what he's after is the enormous fortune of the darling wee bairns. Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events is a truly ravishing family film; ingenious, beautifully visualised and just the right side of fantastically odd, a rare treat regardless of your age. find out more...

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Who else but Terry Gilliam, director extraodinaire, could film the story of the greatest tall story teller in history? The Baron flies to the moon in a balloon made of silk knickers, catches a ride on a cannonball and that's just the start of it. A great visually imaginative fantasy epic. find out more...

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Cashing in on the success of the Spy Kids series, Agent Cody Banks is another James Bond movie for kids. Cody is a seemingly normal teenager with an inability to be cool and talk to girls; but wait! All is not as it seems, as Cody has been secretly attending spy-summer school, and is really a gadget-tastic double agent. His mission is to get close to a beautiful public school girl (Hilary Duff of Lizzie Macguire fame) whose scientist father has been forced to work on some deadly 'nanobots', w find out more...