Movies - Kids

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  • Stunning animation and sensational songs await you in the enchanted land of Camelot. A spirited teenage girl named Kayley answers the call to adventure when Ruber the evil knight steals King Arthur's legendary sword, Excalibur.

    Aided by Garrett, a handsome, blind squire, Kayley embarks on a thrilling quest to recover the sword and save her beloved kingdom. Along the way, these two unlikely heroes meet up with one outrageously funny creature - a wisecracking, two-headed dragon named Devon & Cornwall. On their magical, musical journey, Kayley and Garrett discover the unlimited power of friendship and courage. You’ll discover dazzling, fun-filled entertainment in QUEST FOR CAMELOT.

  • Scooby-Doo’s brand-new, feature-length animated movie. Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, and Fred reunite to solve the most frightfully funny mystery of their careers. The scream team’s headed to a haunted bayou island to investigate the ghost of Moonscar the pirate.

    But it turns out the swashbuckler’s spirit isn’t the only creepy character on the island. The sleuths also meet up with cat creatures and zombies...and it looks like for the first time in their lives these ghouls might actually be real.  Just as things start to get really spooky, Scooby and Shaggy save the day with a little help from a surprisingly spooky source. SCOOBY-DOO ON ZOMBIE ISLAND is the most hilarious Scooby adventure of all time that dishes up equal portions of music, laughs, thrills and chills.

  • His Airness and his Hareness: what a team! Michael Jordan slams. Bugs Bunny jams and a cavalcade of Looney Tunes stars hoop it up in Space Jam, the rim-rattin’ animated/live-action roundball romp from Hollywood talents who refuse to let their imaginations be earth bound.

    The jokes fly and the fun never stops as the Tune Squad takes on the Nerdlucks in a hardcourt game to decide if the Looney Tunes remain here..or become attractions at a far-off galactic off-ramp called Moron mountain. The Nerdlucks have a monstrous secret weapon on their side: they’ve stolen the skills of top NBA star like Charles Barkley and Patrick Ewing and become Monstars. But that’s not all folks. The Tune Squad also has a secret weapon. And he just happens to be the finest player in this or any other universe. He’s outta this world. So’s the fun.

  • Join the world's most celebrated Super Hero for some high-flying adventures in this thrilling animated movie: Superman: The Last Son of Krypton.

    Follow the legendary Super Hero's life from his infancy on Krypton, to his rescue and boyhood in Smallville. The advtnrues continue in Metropolos when Clark Kent lands a job as reporter for the Daily Planet. Clark must discover the truth about who he is and on reaching adulthood he assumes his birthright as the Man of Steel. It's up to Kent's alter-ego SUPERMAN to battle against the evil Lex Luthor and unveil: the mystery behind Lexo and it's dealings with ruthless terrorists.

  • No stones in slingshots. No skirmishes too late in the day. They’re rules of war for the youngsters of two neighbouring Irish villages. And here’s another rule: if you spit shake on something, you better follow through. 

    Kids will be kids; but sometimes they, in their own fanciful ways, will be adults. “What’s unique and marvellous about War of the Buttons,” says Oscar® -winning Chariots of Fire screenwriter Colin Welland, “is that it’s not an adult’s view of childhood at all, but a child’s view of adulthood.”

  • From the beloved classic by the author of The Secret Garden comes A Little Princess, filled with storytelling magic to unlock imaginations and inspire dreams.  

    Sara Crewe (Liesel Matthews) shares a life of wonder in exotic India with her devoted father (Liam Cunningham) But war draws Sara’s father into the military and Sara is sent to a New York boarding school, un by the strict Miss Minchin (Eleanor Bron), to whom exuberant Sara is a troublemaker. But with courage, imagination and kindness, Sara overcomes her hardships – and changes her life and the fortunes of those around her. Experience this “jewel of a movie” (Leonard Maltin) for anyone who ever wishes or dreams.

  • There’s just one shopping day until Christmas! Fred is so wrapped up in his acting debut as Scrooge in the Bedrock production of “A Christmas Carol” that he’s completely forgotten to buy any gifts.  And worse, he’s left baby Pebbles stranded at Cave Care Centre! 

    But wife Wilma and a few familiar ghosts perform a true Christmas miracle, helping hubby Fred remember the true meaning of the season. Join Barney, Betty, Bam Bam, and Dino in this hilarious stone-age version of the magical holiday classic.

  • From the sreenwriter of ‘The Secret Garden’ comes this stunning new version of Anna Sewell’s beloved tale. Beginning in a lantern-lit stable on a country estate, Black Beauty’s wondrous story is told through his own eyes. His journey will take him through happy times and sad, good owners and bad, trusted friends and hated enemies, disasters both natural and man-made. 

    Over two decades Black Beauty will come to experience the best and the worst of human nature, all the while seeking a safe place where he will be loved and treated with kindness.

  • When the city’s most feared gangsters are systematically eliminated, the Caped Crusader is blames. But prowling the Gotham night is a shadowy new villain, the Phantasm, a sinister figure with some link to Batman’s past. Can the Dark Knight elude the police, capture the Phantasm and clear his name?

    Unmasking the Phantasm is just one of the twists in this dazzling feature length animated adventure. Discover all-new revelations about Batman’s past, his archrival the Joker and Batman’s most gruelling battle ever – the choice between his love of a beautiful woman and his vow to be the defender of right.

  • It's a special garden where friendships blossom, illnesses fade away and sorrows flee. There, troubled orphan Mary (Kate Maberly), her spoiled, sickly cousin Colin (Heydon Prowse) and kindly country boy Dickon (Andrew Knott) discover that a world of caring can make a world of difference. 

    Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic story blooms anew in this enchanting new version lovingly adapted by Caroline Thompson (Black Beauty) and directed by Agnieszka Holland (Europa Europa), also starring Maggie Smith and John Lynch. “If you look the right way,” Mary says, “you can see the whole world is a garden.” Discover a whole world of magic in this wonderful movie.