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CertificationPG Our Rating

Jim Carrey dominates this latest version of the classic Dickens story in which an elderly Victorian miser is taken on a redemptive trip through his past, present and future. Using 'performance capture' animation this stylish film sticks closely to the book, though with added ghoulishness.
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CertificationU Our Rating

 

How can Santa deliver billions of presents to the whole world in just one night? With an army of one million combat-style Field Elves and a vast, state-of-the-art control centre under the ice of the North Pole. So how could this incredible operation have missed one child?! To Santa’s youngest son, Arthur, it threatens to end the magic of C 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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Certification12 Our Rating

The holidays go haywire for the Griffins; Peter raids a trailer park to retrieve his misplaced family gifts, Lois loses it to holiday stress, goes on a rampage and scales Quahog's Christmas tree, and Stewie makes a heart warming discovery, there is a Santa Claus - and he will deliver plutonium. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Season two of the frankly barking adventures of Bender and friends. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

A miserable, mean spirited Grinch decides to steal Christmas from the inhabitants of Who-Ville that live in the valley below him, only to find himself infected with the Christmas spirited. Taken from the Dr Seuss book, animated by Chuck Jones and with a perfect narrator in the voice of Boris Karloff. How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a complete delight. find out more...

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Two classic Peanuts cartoons. In 'I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown', Rerun, the younger brother of Linus and Lucy, turns to his best friend Snoopy for amusement when Lucy stresses him out. But Snoopy is busy, so he invites his canine brother Spike for a visit. Then the fun begins. In 'A Charlie Brown Christmas', Charlie Brown has found the thinnest, scrawniest Christmas tree ever for the Christmas play. All seems lost until the rest of the gang help to decorate the tree, and discover find out more...


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Burton's movie is a magical marvel. With a nod to Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Burton has fashioned a funny, darkish tale that pokes a bit of fun at kids' two favourite holidays. The movie is twisted in the way of Roald Dahl or even Maurice Sendak, are slightly off kilter. By changing the perspective on something we all take for granted, Burton makes us see these special holidays anew. And, of course, he does provide a happy ending. It's pure Tim Burton -- utterly weird and tot find out more...


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A young lad whose belief in Ol' Saint Nick is beginning to falter is whisked away on The Polar Express, the magical train that appears for only an instant and carries its lucky occupants on a fantastical journey to the North Pole and the very hub of Santa's industry. Starring Tom Hanks in numerous roles this immense 'capture animation' extravaganza is quite a trip and, despite the fact that some may find the actor-based animation a bit odd looking, the story is where it's really at and this ones find out more...