Make it a family trip this May bank holiday weekend with our fun, discounted Movies for Juniors screenings! (In selected Cineworlds, only.)
From just £2 (only £3.50 for 3D!) choose from our selection of lively kids movies – here's what's on release.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip (also available with subtitles)
What's the story? Those naughty singing chipmunks hit the road on a madcap mission in their fourth fun-packed adventure.
Loveably mischievous crooning critters Alvin (Justin Long), Simon (Matthew Gray Gubler) and Theodore (Jesse McCartney) are still causing chaos for their long-suffering human companion, Dave (Jason Lee). But now he's got a new girlfriend: a lovely doctor named Samantha (Kimberley Williams-Paisley). Alas, her teenage son Miles (Josh Green) takes an instant dislike to our furry heroes.
Fearing that Dave will propose to Samantha during a trip to Miami, which would make them all brothers, Miles and the chipmunks team up for a crazy cross-country road trip to prevent this happening. Following a hilarious incident aboard a plane, they find themselves hotly pursued by a furious Air Marshal (Tony Hale).
Watch out for some great cameos in this latest outing for everybody's favourite squeaky, misbehaving chipmunks. They also do a splendid chimpmunked version of Uptown Funk down in New Orleans.
Two By Two
What's the story? The Biblical story of Noah's Ark gets a family-friendly spin in this madcap animated adventure.
The Bible says that Noah built an ark and populated it with species of every animal to save them from the Great Flood. But what about those hapless critters that were left behind? Meet Dave and his son Finny, species of a clumsy, brightly coloured creature called the Nestrian.
They're thrilled to hear that Noah is building his Ark to save all the animals, but then they find out that Nestrians aren't allowed on board. Nevertheless, they decide to sneak on board with the help of two Grymps, Hazel and her daughter Leah. But disaster strikes when Finny and Leah fall off the Ark, and have to make their own way to the only bit of land not yet engulfed by water. It's then up to Finny and Hazel to put aside their differences, turn the Ark around and go and save their children.
What's the story? George Lucas and Disney team up for this enchanting animated musical.
Inspired by Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night'sDream, Strange Magic tells the story of a fairy princess, Marianne, who has vowed never to love again, instead dedicating herself to protecting her younger sister, Dawn. But when Dawn is kidnapped, Marianne sets out to rescue her, only to meet the King of the New Forest, a man who might well hold they key to her own heart...
Conceived by George Lucas, Strange Magic has the same magical quality as his most famous film - Star Wars. "Star Wars was for 12-year-old boys," says the world-renowned filmmaker. "I figured I'd make one for 12-year-old girls." This delightful animated team up between George Lucas and Disney is an enchanting story of princess, goblins, fairies and elves. Listen out for a cracking soundtrack of top tunes from, among others, Elvis Presley, Kelly Clarkson, Beyonce and Lady Gaga.
Thomas and Friends: The Great Race
What's the story? Thomas wants to go to the Great Railway Show, but the big engines only laugh at him.
They say he"s not strong or big enough to compete from the best around the world, but Thomas is determined to find a way. First, he tries to get himself streamlined, but the Fat Controller decides that it would better be suited for Gordon. Then, he tries to get himself repainted like a brightly coloured engine named Ashima, from India. His plans go horribly wrong. Thomas learns how to be himself when he finally discovers a way to compete. Thomas nearly gets to the show when Diesel threatens his chance once again.
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