Just bought this instore, next cheapest is £9.99 @ HMV.
Babe (Dir. Chris Noonan, 1995): Introducing a barnyard full of captivating characters unlike any you've ever met! There's Farmer Hoggett (James Cromwell); Fly, the sheep dog; Rex, her shepherding partner; Ferdinanad, the quacky duck; Maa, the elderly ewe; and the newest addition to Hoggett Farm, Babe, a most unusual Yorkshire piglet. It's a delightful story the whole family will love!
The Borrowers (Dir. Peter Hewit, 1998): Follows the adventures of the dauntless tiny Clock family, parents Pod (Jim Broadbent), Homily (Celia Imrie) and their kids Peagreen and Arrietty - a family of tiny four inch tall people who live under the floorboards of a big house, surviving by "borrowing" from the "Human Bean" family upstairs. The Borrowers turn dental floss into tightropes, toaster handles into catapults, socks into beds, stamps into wall posters, and when their world is facing extinction - in the form of Ocious P. Potter (John Goodman) their resourcefulness knows no bounds.
Matilda: Unfortunately for Matilda her father Harry (Danny DeVito) is a used car salesman who bamboozles innocent customers and her mother Zinnia (Rhea Perlman) lives for bingo and soap operas. Far from noticing what a special child Matilda is, they barely notice her at all! They bundle Matilda off to Cruncham Hall, a bleak school where students cower before the whip hand and fist of a hulking monster, headmistress Miss Trunchball (Pam Ferris).
But amid Crunchem's darkness, Matilda discovers remarkable skills - including a very special talent that allows her to turn the table on the wicked grown ups in her world!