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After the disappearance of her scientist father, three peculiar beings send Meg, her brother, and her friend to space in order to find him.

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Certification12 Our Rating

David is the first artificial being to have been created by man with the ability to feel and express real human emotions. Used as a surrogate child by a needy family, David is then discarded and, along with his friend android gigolo Joe, sets about finding a true home within the world that has made him. A.I. is a concept by Stanley Kubrick, which Steven Spielberg then brought to fruition...unfortunately. The film has some stunning special effects and the story is thought provoking and engaging, find out more...

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In the future world of Metro City a young boy has been vaporised but recreated as a robot by his scientist father. Astro Boy wanders the world seeking acceptance and gaining friends amongst other outcasts, before returning to save us all from a terrible fate.
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AVATAR (2009)

Certification12 Our Rating

'Avatar' tells the story of a future conflict between resource-guzzling humans and the indigenous inhabitants of the planet Pandora: the Na'vi. Paraplegic marine Jake runs an avatar; a genetically engineered crossbreed controlled via a mental link. Sent to spy on the `enemy` Jake falls for Na'vi princess, Neytir, and their tribal lifestyle, forcing him to choose sides when the human invasion escalates into full-blown war. There's no escaping the quality of the CGI in Cameron's blockbuster, but find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

When an unscrupulous real estate developer sends thugs into a deteriorating tenement to get rid of the last five tenants, they need nothing short of a miracle to stay where they are. Then one night, when all hope seems lost, tiny visitors from outer space mysteriously glide through their windows. As if in answer to their prayers, the incredible creatures begin to turn the tide with their magical powers. Disney family warmy in the tummy. find out more...

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There are very few characters Robin Williams has not played during his busy acting career, so finally starring as a robot should not really come as a great surprise. Williams plays Andrew, a rather special robot in that he has real emotions, who, over the course of his time in service to the Martin family (two hundred years give or take) begins to unravel the intricacies of human life and love, while all the time harbouring the desire to become human himself. Gentle, occasionally amusing, someti find out more...

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Hiro is a something of a tech kid prodigy but, having just showcased the merits of micro bots, finds someone else has decided to use them for evil. With the help of an unlikely big white health robot called Baymax and a bunch of enjoyably quirky sidekicks, Hiro takes on the forces of evil in an effort to save the day. A fun film with some good gags, great robots and swell animation.

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For generations (since a non-described apocalypse) the people of the city of Ember have flourished in an amazing indoor world of glittering lights, uncertain of their past and unquestioning of the future. It takes two young teens to decipher the notes left behind by 'The Builders', start to piece together the ancient mystery of the city's existence and reach the forbidden world of the outside. But time is not on their side, Ember's once powerful generator is failing, the great lamps are starting find out more...
COCOON (1985)

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Ron Howard attempts to out-Spielberg Spielberg in the mawkish tale of old people finding reinvigoration at the hands of kindly aliens from another planet. The reasons for its appeal are fairly obvious, especially if you are old. After taking a dip in a swimming pool where the eponymous cocoons are kept, errant inhabitants from a nearby residential home find their energy levels boosted and (gulp) their libido resuscitated. They, of course, love it. The government however is not convinced that the find out more...