Top Kids Films to See This Year

08 Aug 2018
Attention big kids and little kids, we've got the ultimate countdown to the top, must-see films of 2018. Parents, take note, as you’ll love all of these big-screen extravaganzas as much as your little ones...
Smallfoot
Join the adventure into the unknown as we follow the story of Migo, a Yeti who lives high up in the snowy mountains. After witnessing a plane crash, Migo discovers that he is not alone on this planet, as he learns about the existence of the elusive ‘Smallfoot’ creatures... what we know as humans. Migo (voiced by Channing Tatum) seems to be the only one of his kind to believe in humans, and is desperate to prove that they exist. A stellar cast includes Channing Tatum as Migo, James Corden as human mountaineer Percy, and Zendaya, LeBron James, Gina Rodrigues and Danny DeVito all as Yetis who are part of the SES – Smallfoot Exists, Suckers!

Did you know: The film is a musical that includes original songs.

Who doesn’t love a villain? This fun-packed film is sure to appeal to everyone as favourite characters uncover an evil plan to create super villains straight out of high school! Will Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn and friends be able to foil the dastardly plot?

Don’t miss: The release of Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. An interactive mobile game that allows you to play as a Hogwarts student, it will really help to dull the pain of never receiving your real-life letter to attend!

Lego
As excitement hots up for the long-awaited The LEGO Movie 2, scheduled for release next year, you can enjoy the first LEGO Movie in the comfort of your own home on DVD. Voiced by Hollywood stars Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks and Will Arnett, it tells the tale of everyday construction worker Emmet Brickowski who has to defeat the evil Lord Business. This BAFTA-award-winning movie is available to own on DVD now.
TTG
As well as being phenomenally entertaining for kids, Teen Titans has a great sense of humour that parents will appreciate, too. Based on the popular TV series, this move will be great fun for all age groups.

Feeling underappreciated and like he is ‘just’ a sidekick, teen Robin heads to Hollywood to try and secure his own movie. Along with the other forgotten sidekicks, such as Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy, Robin has his dream of stardom squashed by super villain, Slade (Will Arnett). Think of it as Deadpool for kids, full of fun gags and wit that everyone will be able to appreciate, complete with the ultimate dream team cast of voices, including Kristin Bell, Nicolas Cage, Greg Davies, Tara Strong, Scott Menville and Jimmy Kimmel.

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