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CertificationPG Our Rating

In the future world of Metro City a young boy has been vaporised but recreated as a robot by his scientist father. Astro Boy wanders the world seeking acceptance and gaining friends amongst other outcasts, before returning to save us all from a terrible fate.
A computer animated tale for younger children. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A cartoon version of the adventures of the famous well known caped crusader. The 5 featured episodes are How Many Herrings In A Wheelbarrow, A Bird Out Of Hand, From Catwoman With Love, The 1001 Faces Of The Riddler and The Cool, Cruel Mr Freeze. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

All of Batman's greatest foes combine in a dastardly plot to wreck the noble United Nations. Will civilized life as we know it survive? Can Batman and Robin win through? Holy mackerel... I love it, it's glorious and unashamed tackiness will make it a SMASH HIT with anyone! find out more...

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Two overly imaginative pranksters named George and Harold hypnotize their principal into thinking he's a ridiculously enthusiastic, incredibly dimwitted superhero named Captain Underpants.

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CertificationPG Our Rating

A stylish and successful transformation of the comic-book character into moving pictures. Dick Tracy and an adventure loving kid tackle an organised crime ring, who are holding the city to ransom - splendid performances all round (even Madonna!),and especially Al Pacino as Mr Big. Well worth a watch. find out more...

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Mr Elastic Fantastic and Invisible Woman are about to get hitched when the super shiny Silver Surfer hoves into view and sets about preparing earth for its imminent consumption by a dark and unstoppable force. Very much in the same vein as the first film ‘The Rise Of The Silver Surfer' is like a big budget live action version of kiddies tea time TV serials; tongue in cheek humour, lots of crash, bang, wallop and no inner turmoil or angst to speak of. Smooth CGI but the PG certificate is a strong find out more...

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The children's teatime cartoon comedy makes it to the big screen. Inspector Gadget comes in the form of Matthew Broderick, while the outrageously camp (oh..and evil) Dr Claw is played by Rupert Everett. There are some impressive special effects and how Inspector Gadget became inspector "Gadget" is fully explained. Bar that, it's just your old terribly good guy versus your terribly naughty guy scenario. Great fun for the kids, prehaps a tad soporific for the parents...at least the little darlings find out more...

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A 2009, computer-generated imaging 3-D feature film from DreamWorks and Paramount and the first to be directly produced in a stereoscopic 3-D format, instead of being converted into 3-D after completion. find out more...
SKY HIGH (2005)

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Will Stronghold is just your average teenage kid, unfortunately his mum and dad are Commander and Jetstream, the world's greatest superheroes. As Will prepares for hero high school his lack of powers looks set to relegate him to the sidekick class, an appalling thought for his proud and egotistical parents. Sky High is an undemanding delight, a gentle but enjoyably executed satire on the superhero genre and, indeed, Kurt Russell's own action man status, with just enough special effects and adven find out more...