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Treat the nippers this Easter for just £1

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

Ice Age 3 : Dawn Of The Dinosaurs 2-D

Manny and his motley crew embark on another incredible adventure as the super-cool heroes return to the big screen.

After surviving the big freeze and a glacial meltdown, Manny (Ray Romano) faces his biggest challenge yet as he prepares for parenthood with his girlfriend Ellie (Queen Latifah). Not wishing to be left out, Sid (John Leguizamo) decides to construct a dysfunctional family of his own by stealing a collection of eggs. Problem is, the eggs belong to a bunch of very large and very angry dinosaurs living in a strange underground world beneath the ice. With Sid in danger, Manny, Ellie and Diego (Denis Leary) team up with one-eyed weasel Buck (Simon Pegg) and venture deep into dino territory to save their friend from the carnivorous creatures. Meanwhile, things are looking up for sabre-toothed squirrel Scrat. Still searching for that ever-elusive acorn, romance begins to blossom with the arrival of a female squirrel named Scratte...
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Aliens In The Attic
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It's a battle of the species as the Pearsons go toe-to-toe with the aliens in the attic.

When the Pearson family travels to their holiday home in Maine, they're all looking forward to a pleasant summer-long break. But the arrival of Bethany's (Ashley Tisdale) irritating boyfriend Ricky (Robert Hoffman) isn't the only unwelcome surprise. While taking a look around the house, Tom (Carter Jenkins) and Jake (Austin Robert Butler) discover a bunch of pint-sized aliens living in the loft. Despite their less-than-menacing appearance, it soon becomes clear that these two-foot tearaways have deeply despicable plans. They want to take over the planet and it's up to the plucky Pearsons to stop them. Using all the weapons at their disposal (garden rake, Slinky, umbrella), and with the help of their kick-ass nana, the kids gear up and get ready to go into battle to defend their family against the knee-high space invaders.
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Planet 51
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An astronaut gets stranded on an alien planet in this zany animated comedy.

Former muscleman Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson softens up to lend his voice to Captain Charles 'Chuck' Baker, an American space traveller who is sent on a routine mission to explore a distant planet. But when he lands on Planet 51 he soon realises he isn't the first person to have set foot on its surface. In fact it's already populated by little green people who are happily living a 1950s-style existence. To them Chuck is a scary alien intruder! With the help of his new buddy Lem (Justin Long) and robot companion 'Rover', Chuck must find his way through the puzzling landscape of Planet 51 back to his spaceship. But first he must avoid the clutches of gung ho General Grawl (Gary Oldman) and Professor Kipple (John Cleese) who wants to put him on display in their Alien Invaders Space Museum.
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Thanks for posting Andy - I didn't bother as I felt most would know about this already. Checked the website yesterday with the kids and they've decided on Planet 51, which we've not seen. They also want How to Train a Dragon 3D and The Spy Next Door, so could be an expensive Easter IF I decide to treat them. I have the free kid vouchers from Iceland for the latter and have ordered Cineworld Vouchers for the rest of the viewings - hope it works. Don't forget the 3% High Street Cashback with Greasypalm - so on Saturday, we will spend 97p/ticket. 15p cashback - not worth posting, but worth saving!!
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Nice.
suspended#5
do adults still have to pay FULL :( price?
[mod]#6
Spykey
do adults still have to pay FULL :( price?


It's a £1 for adults too
#7
hussaifa
Don't forget the 3% High Street Cashback with Greasypalm - so on Saturday, we will spend 97p/ticket. 15p cashback - not worth posting, but worth saving!!


How do you get past paying the 70p per ticket booking fee?
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Bangle
How do you get past paying the 70p per ticket booking fee?


Buy on the day? Just a point that these can get VERY busy so its worth the 70p IMHO! Also a lot of parents (as we did) use these as a taster to see if their brood will sit through a film (£8 each plus popcorn is a lot to waste if they get bored after the opening credits!!) so they can get, lets say, noisy!!!

One more thing that might be worth mentioning (dont know how "legal" it is) but the usual format of our local (Cineworld Sheffield) is that there is a "guard" on each door checking and taking your ticket. I assume to keep overheads as low as possible, these showings seem different. Theres one attendant who just checks that you have a valid ticket to view the film then lets you into the concessions bit. As far as I could see there was nothing to stop you hopping from each theatre if your chosen film wasnt to the kids likeing. As I said, may be cinema specific but if you can do it, its worth bearing in mind :thumbsup:
#9
I keep an eye out for which films are for a quid all year and thats how most our cinema trips happen. 4 quid for 4 of us. Steal

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