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Your essential half term Movies for Juniors round-up!

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Already looking ahead to the February half term? Then don't miss 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.

Trolls

What's the story? The iconic troll dolls star in a delightfully irreverent animated musical comedy from the people behind 'Shrek'.

Meet the lovable, wild-haired Trolls. They're a happy, optimistic bunch, who live in a fantastic, colourful fantasy world. Led by the irrepressible Poppy (Anna Kendrick), the Trolls are always ready for a song and a hug. Except, that is, for Branch (Justin Timberlake).

He's a colourless grump who fears the return of the dastardly Bergens. They're big, ugly, pessimistic giants who are only happy when they're gobbling up Trolls. When the Bergens kidnap all of Poppy's friends, she must convince Branch to join her on a quest to rescue them.

This brilliantly witty, fun-filled family adventure brings to life the popular '90s Troll dolls for an unforgettable quest in a land filled with amazing creatures. It boasts a fabulous voice cast, reunites the brilliant creative team behind 'Shrek', and features toe-tapping new songs by Justin Timberlake and Gwen Stefani.

Click here to book your tickets for Trolls.


Storks

What's the story? A stork and an orphan make a very special delivery in this rib-tickling, heart-warming animated family adventure.

A long, long time ago, storks used to deliver babies. Those mischievous nippers made this tough, dangerous and sometimes humiliating work. So the storks were naturally delighted when times moved on and they found themselves delivering packages for giant internet retailer Cornerstore.com.

But when top delivery stork Junior (Andy Samberg) accidentally switches on the baby-making machine, he produces an adorable little girl. With his orphan pal Tulip (Katie Crown), the only human on Stork Mountain, he sets about trying to deliver this unauthorised child to a family that never got the baby they asked for. Along the way, Tulip hopes she may find her parents too.

From the studio behind 'The Lego Movie', this crazy, fast-paced fun-ride delivers plenty of laughs - as well as an uplifting message about the importance of family and friendship.

Click here to book your tickets for Storks.


Ballerina (also subtitled)

What's the story? A vibrant, inspirational animated fable about an orphan girl who dreams of becoming a ballerina.

Ever since she was a child, 11-year-old 19th century French orphan Felicie (Elle Fanning) has wanted to dance. Her friend Victor (Dane DeHaan) promises to help her achieve her dream by taking her to Paris, where he plans to become a great inventor. Making a great escape from their Brittany orphanage, the young duo embark on an eventful journey across country.

In the capital, Felicie is taken in by supportive former dancer Odette (Carly Rae Jepsen), who finds her work as a house maid. But in order to enter the Opera Ballet School and win the role of a lifetime, she will need every ounce of determination - and not a little low cunning!

An uplifting tale of ambition, hard work and underdog tenacity, this delightful, elegant family animation reminds us of the importance of never giving up on your dreams.

Click here to book your tickets for Ballerina.


The Jungle Book

What's the story? Iron Man director Jon Favreau re-invents Disney's classic for a whole new generation.

Orphaned 'man cub' Mowgli (Neel Sethi) has been raised by wolves Raksha (Lupita Nyong'o) and Akela (Giancarlo Esposito) deep within the Indian jungle. However, Mowgli's life is threatened by ferocious, man-eating tiger Shere Khan (Idris Elba).

With the help of jaguar mentor Bagheera (Ben Kingsley) and loyal bear Baloo (Bill Murray), Mowgli must discover the strength to embrace his destiny and stand up to the fearsome Khan once and for all.

Rudyard Kipling's beloved novel was adapted by Disney into their classic 1967 animation, and now Iron Man filmmaker Jon Favreau gives Kipling's tale a thrilling new makeover. Mixing live-action performance with cutting-edge CGI, this promises to be a visually spectacular and exciting family adventure, one featuring an all-star voice cast that also includes Scarlett Johansson as snake Kaa and Christopher Walken as orangutan leader King Louie.

Click here to book your tickets for The Jungle Book.


Which half term family treats will you be watching in Cineworld? Let us know @Cineworld.