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Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dionosaurs / Monsters Vs Aliens / Bedtime Stories - tickets only £1.00 per person (or FREE if you register) @ Cineworld / Woolworths

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Woolworths Movies for Juniors are proud to present this week's selection of classic kids' films. Register as a Very Important Family at Woolworths.co.uk/VIF for free family tickets (up to four people)…
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Woolworths Movies for Juniors are proud to present this week's selection of classic kids' films. Register as a Very Important Family at Woolworths.co.uk/VIF for free family tickets (up to four people) or 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 2D

Director: Carlos Saldanha

Starring: Simon Pegg, John Leguizamo, Josh Peck, Queen Latifah, Seann William Scott, Ray Romano, Denis Leary

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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[mod]#1
Monster VS Aliens (in 2D)
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A motley crew of monsters takes on rampaging alien robots in this animated extraterrestrial smackdown.

When Susan Murphy (voiced by Reese Witherspoon) is hit by a meteor filled with outer-space gunk (on her wedding day, of all days), she suddenly grows to nearly 50 feet tall. The military leaps into action, captures her and whisks her off to a secret government compound where they've been rounding up other monsters over the years. Inside, she meets Dr Cockroach PhD (Hugh Laurie), an insect-headed intellect; a half-ape half-fish with a soft spot for the ladies called The Missing Link (Will Arnett); B.O.B. (Seth Rogan), a gelatinous, indestructible mass; and 350-foot grub Insectosaurus. After years in confinement, the monsters are suddenly called into action when a rampaging alien robot attacks the Earth. Under the orders of General WR Monger (Kiefer Sutherland), the unlikely heroes must now take on the aliens and save mankind from almost certain destruction.

Screenplay: Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger, Maya Forbes, Wallace Wolodarsky, Rob Letterman

Distributor: Paramount

You should see it because: The team behind Shark Tale and Shrek strike comedy gold with their ragtag bunch of B-movie monsters.
[mod]#2
Bedtime stories
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When hotel handyman Skeeter Bronson (Adam Sandler) tells bedtime stories, they really come to life.

It all begins when his sister Wendy (Courteney Cox) needs to travel to Arizona to attend a job interview, so she asks Skeeter to take care of her kids. As they're settling down for the night, they ask their uncle to tell them a bedtime story, which they quickly start to embellish. The following day, Skeeter starts experiencing some of the incidents of the previous night's tale. It soon occurs to him - with the help of his friend Mickey (Russell Brand) - that whatever story he tells the kids will come true. Only problem is, he's not the one in control - the kids are. Much hilarity ensues as Skeeter tries to solve his family's problems through his ever more fanciful yarns while the kids keep putting (sometimes rather dangerous) obstacles in the way.

Screenplay: Matt Lopez, Tim Herlihy

Distributor: Disney

You should see it because: It's a barrel of laughs with a strong cast, from the director who brought you Hairspray..

See it if you liked: The Pacifier (2005), Zathura (2005), Click (2006)
[mod]#3
Register for FREE tickets at Woolworths HERE
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#4
Fantastic offer - just registered.

Note - you cant claim for free cinema tickets until 10 days after you have registered.

4 free tickets is a huge saving
#5
bossyboots
Fantastic offer - just registered.

Note - you cant claim for free cinema tickets until 10 days after you have registered.

4 free tickets is a huge saving


wouldnt call £4 a huge saving, these films are for this week and will have a change over week, most of them are for this morning and so its probably late. watch someone expire it for that reason.
#6
bossyboots;6960588

Note - you cant claim for free cinema tickets until 10 days after you have registered.


where did you see that?
#7
http://www.empirecinemas.co.uk/?page=jnrssynopsis

empire have the same deal and most are on sundays, just watchout some of these get full very quickly so get there early
#8
cathjaneg2000
where did you see that?


in the confirmation email

You have just become a member of an illustrious group of human beings that we call Very Important Families.
Don't worry, you don't have to come to never-ending family get togethers or send two million extra Christmas cards, but you do get to show off in front of everyone with:
FREE Saturday morning cinema tickets for you and up to three friends at [url]www.woolworths.co.uk[/url] Movies for Juniors screenings.
Chances to WIN tickets to exclusive screenings of the latest blockbuster family films.
What's more, from time to time we'll surprise some of our Very Important Families with a FREE bag of Pic n' Mix (just because its nice to share), whilst making sure you are the first to know about special offers and the latest news from [url]www.woolworths.co.uk[/url].
To apply for free Saturday morning movie tickets visit [url]www.woolworths.co.uk/VIF[/url]. Please note that your first movie tickets can't be claimed until up to 10 days after you register.
#9
eslick
wouldnt call £4 a huge saving, these films are for this week and will have a change over week, most of them are for this morning and so its probably late. watch someone expire it for that reason.


I take my son every week to the cinema - it keeps him off the xbox for couple of hours - so if we take his friends along that a saving of £16 over the month
[mod]#10
eslick
wouldnt call £4 a huge saving, these films are for this week and will have a change over week, most of them are for this morning and so its probably late. watch someone expire it for that reason.


These are available to watch tomorrow morning; and if these are not on next weekend there will be a selection of other family films
banned#11
posted several times before, should be ice cold for this reason, but hang on, a mod has posted it so lets all vote it red hot and it won't get expired cos it's a mods post!

expire please! :whistling:
#12
bulkomuff
posted several times before, should be ice cold for this reason, but hang on, a mod has posted it so lets all vote it red hot and it won't get expired cos it's a mods post!

expire please! :whistling:



U should provide links to the other posts :?
[mod]#13
bulkomuff
posted several times before, should be ice cold for this reason, but hang on, a mod has posted it so lets all vote it red hot and it won't get expired cos it's a mods post!

expire please! :whistling:


Hi
I'm guessing you are unclear with the rules regarding reposting/expiring, so before you do anything rash like expiring deals incorrectly......
“Any thread over one month old would be fair enough to receive a repost if there is a price drop or not, as this allows newer members to receive notification of that deal. With site membership increasing as fast as it is, that would become more significant for new users, as it would be unlikely for them to easily stumble across a month old thread.”

Abuse of the voting system, reputation, expiry and spam buttons will lead to a ban from the forums."

Hope that resolves any issues you have with deals being posted for new members / people who missed earlier threads etc
Regards
andywedge
#14
andywedge
Hi
“Any thread over one month old would be fair enough to receive a repost if there is a price drop or not, as this allows newer members to receive notification of that deal. With site membership increasing as fast as it is, that would become more significant for new users, as it would be unlikely for them to easily stumble across a month old thread.”


clearly unless its for a cash back site and the offer is different but the cash back site isnt a leading cash back site and then all of this doesnt matter,

[QUOTE=andywedge;6962160These are available to watch tomorrow morning[/QUOTE]

not all areas though so be careful to check the dates.

heat was added
#15
Yeah despite old Louis Walsh up there with his rule book out have some heat from me - I hadn't seen this before - mod or not :-D
#16
:xjoined picking Birmingham as my fav cinema but when I checked participating cinema list, Birmingham is not included
banned#17
Kids are gonna love this.
#18
eslick
wouldnt call £4 a huge saving, these films are for this week and will have a change over week, most of them are for this morning and so its probably late. watch someone expire it for that reason.


£200/year saving on kids films free is not hot? Hmmm

I was happy at a Quid for the past 2/3 years, but with the new Woolies offering free, gotta be hot!

(Have seen 2 of the listed for free already!)
#19
I registered and I clicked to be taken to cliam your dree ticket, but I was taken to their shopping area. How do you claim the free tickets? Thanks for any assistance!

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