Cineworld - Fantastic Mr.Fox / Up / Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs - See it for £1 each on Saturday/Sunday mornings! - HotUKDeals
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Movies for Juniors are proud to present this week's selection of classic kids films where you only pay £1 per person at the Box Office.

Films this week are - Fantastic Mr.Fox / Up / Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs

Screenings take place on Saturday mornings at 10am at 67 selected Cineworld cinemas across the UK.
Please note Bolton, Liverpool, Wandsworth & Falkirk offer both Saturday and Sunday screenings.

£1 per adult, £1 per child - Bookable online! Bargain

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#1
Is that for adults too, or just the kids?
#2
http://www.cineworld.co.uk/assets/media/films/2882_poster_thumbnail.jpg
Director: Wes Anderson
Starring: Meryl Streep, George Clooney, Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman
A fox-tastic animated extravaganza from director Wes Anderson based on the children's classic by Roald Dahl.

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Up Director: Pete Docter, Bob Peterson
Starring: Ed Asner, John Ratzenberger, Christopher Plummer, Jordan Nagai
A grumpy old man and pudgy junior explorer take off - quite literally! - in the winning new animated comedy adventure from Disney.
Carl Fredricksen (Ed Asner) is a 78-year-old retired balloon salesman and grouchy widower being forced to vacate the house he shared with his late wife. But rather than slink off quietly into a retirement home, Carl has bigger plans. He's embarking on an adventure to South America... and he's doing it without leaving his own front room! After tying thousands of balloons to the roof, Carl's house has lift-off and starts floating towards its exotic destination. However, over-eager junior Wilderness Explorer Russell (Jordan Nagai) has inadvertently come along for the ride, much to Carl's annoyance. But before long, they're sharing the adventure of a lifetime as they meet a talking dog, discover a rare flightless bird and ward off the advances of a dangerous enemy. Now all they have to do is find their way back home.

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Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2d Director: Phil Lord, Chris Miller
Starring: Anna Faris, Bill Hader, Adam Samberg
A young inventor bites of more than he can chew when he creates a fantastical food-making machine.
Ever since he was a nipper, Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader) has dreamed of becoming a world-famous inventor. Problem is, his creations have always dropped him in trouble with the folks of his hometown, Swallow Falls. But with his latest invention, Flint thinks he may have finally struck gold - a tasty food-making machine that makes scrumptious bits of grub fall from the sky. This is music to the ears of Sam (Anna Faris), a weather station intern who gets her big break when she witnesses one of the most spectacular meteorological occurrences of all time: cheeseburger rain. As Flint's machine keeps dishing out hefty helpings of food weather, Sam's career goes astronomical. However, the food machine is getting out of control and now Flint must ask Sam to give up her dream and help him to stop it.
#3
Feeble
Is that for adults too, or just the kids?


£1 per adult and £1 per child :thumbsup:
#4
Feeble
Is that for adults too, or just the kids?


Check the Ts & Cs - you may have to "borrow" a child if you want to get adults in for a pound and don't have kids of your own.

At VUE it's only 95p per person. This deal is therefore COLD (joking!). (all adults must be accomapanied by a child at VUE).
#5
Cineworld, VUE and ODeon all do £1 Saturday or Sunday monrning shows.

All usually 10am starts (need to get up early) and all films about 3 months+old - but for £1 your really cant complain.
#6
redcup
Check the Ts & Cs - you may have to "borrow" a child if you want to get adults in for a pound and don't have kids of your own.

At VUE it's only 95p per person. This deal is therefore COLD (joking!). (all adults must be accomapanied by a child at VUE).


I thought it was self explanitory that you had to take a child with! Do adults really try to get in for £1 each to see a kids film with no kids lol

Last time i went to VUE it was only Sunday mornings and it was £1.50 per person. My nearest CIneworld is Bolton - They also do Saturdays which is the only day we can go :thumbsup:
#7
I would not say UP was much of a kids flm :?


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#8
stemcell
I would not say UP was much of a kids flm :?


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I went to see UP with my seventeen year old son and we both enjoyed it!

I would say it's also enjoyable for kids. My girlfriends 5 year old went too and he liked it.

Great bargain.
#9
stemcell
I would not say UP was much of a kids flm :?


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yes i didnt quite know how to explain to my 4 yr old what happened at the beginning and why they were in hospital
#10
Anyone know if Up is going to be in 3D?
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Broxy
Anyone know if Up is going to be in 3D?


Not sure, think its 2D.
#12
yes up ahs ben on at ours but was in 2 d x
#13
I saw Up with my 10 and 12 year old daughters and also my grandparents. Everyone loved it.
#14
That'll top off a fun packed week which included bowling for a quid too.

Cheers.
#15
I took my kids to see Cloudy with a chance of meatballs & enjoyed it more than my kids I think :)
#16
Want to see this with the GF (she's over 18 ;-) ) @ Fakirk Cineworld. We missed it when it was released and want to see it now. Don't mind paying full price.

When I go to the online booking page it shows £1 per ticket for adults with no flag saying you must bring a kid. Will we get in at all if we go?
#17
PoisonJam
Want to see this with the GF (she's over 18 ;-) ) @ Fakirk Cineworld. We missed it when it was released and want to see it now. Don't mind paying full price.

When I go to the online booking page it shows £1 per ticket for adults with no flag saying you must bring a kid. Will we get in at all if we go?


Yes, use the quickpay and collect ticket machines, once you have a ticket they have to let you in
#18
Good deal - been posted loads of times, nothing wrong with a reminder though.

Couple of pointers - VUE prices vary, some are under a quid, some are £1.50, adults are normally free however. Odeon do something similat, but Cineworld seem to have cornered the market however IMO

You must have a child with you or you won't get in if paying at door. A few years back we went to watch Monsters Inc., my 3 kids and a total of 6 adults! Back then adults were free, so I paid £3, but even at todays prices of £9, not so bad. Agreed however, you'll prob get away with no kids if paying online (+ fee)

You will be extremely unlikely to get any 3D showings for these listings - everything will in all likelihood be 2D.

You can book online - but you will normally incur an extra 55p per ticket, making it not such a great deal.

UP, like Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc. is a kids film, but also hoping to draw in adults. Kiddie films have got much better over the naughties...

Finally, if you use Greasypalm and pay by a registered debit or credit card (free to register, you could refer me if you want!), they will pay you an 'offline' cashback of 2.5%! Typically when we go and pay £5 entry, I get 13p cash back. Yeah I know that's not huge, but every bit counts! However, if you treated the family to a weekday peak 3D showing and spent £60 on tickets and say £40 on Nacho's & Dips, Popcorn, Coke, M&M's and Ice Cream - provided you pay for everything by that card, you'd earn back a not so bad £2.50 c/b
#19
Up is really good my 2 and 4 year old loved it, the sad bits went over their head
#20
It's free when you sign up to woolworths!
http://www.woolworths.co.uk/rf/wlo/static.do?page=first2
#21
Broxy
Anyone know if Up is going to be in 3D?


yes, it's in 3D. i've watched it in 3D :thumbsup:
#22
hussaifa


Finally, if you use Greasypalm and pay by a registered debit or credit card (free to register, you could refer me if you want!), they will pay you an 'offline' cashback of 2.5%! Typically when we go and pay £5 entry, I get 13p cash back. Yeah I know that's not huge, but every bit counts! However, if you treated the family to a weekday peak 3D showing and spent £60 on tickets and say £40 on Nacho's & Dips, Popcorn, Coke, M&M's and Ice Cream - provided you pay for everything by that card, you'd earn back a not so bad £2.50 c/b


Also Quidco offer cashback and also if you register your card with Quidco and then use the same card to get popcorn or drinks then you earn cashback on that too. :thumbsup:
#23
Elves
yes, it's in 3D. i've watched it in 3D :thumbsup:


Think they were asking if the £1 screening was in 3D, not if there was a 3D version doing the rounds
#24
hussaifa

You must have a child with you or you won't get in if paying at door. A few years back we went to watch Monsters Inc., my 3 kids and a total of 6 adults! Back then adults were free, so I paid £3, but even at todays prices of £9, not so bad.


Could you turn up with a coachload of adults and a child? Maybe this is why they charge the adults now? :w00t:
#25
stemcell
I would not say UP was much of a kids flm :?


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I'd agree and think its quite poor too.
#26
phanco
Cineworld, VUE and ODeon all do £1 Saturday or Sunday monrning shows.

All usually 10am starts (need to get up early) and all films about 3 months+old - but for £1 your really cant complain.


Can anyone confirm that this is availible at the Odeon? I cant see anything mentioned on the website.
#27
Ok found it. Only showing Paul Blart: Mall Cop. Not suitable for a 2 and 3 yr old. Nor is there a kids club at the one near Nottingham. Guess I'll have to wait untill Saturday for the Cineworld one.
#28
cdemico
Can anyone confirm that this is availible at the Odeon? I cant see anything mentioned on the website.


No, not the Odeon in my area.

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