Igor /Tinkerbell And The Lost Treasure / Inkheart / Night At The Museum 2 - tickets only £1.00 per person (or FREE if you register) @ Cineworld / Woolworths - HotUKDeals
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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.

Every year in the distant land of Malaria, the most brilliant minds compete in the annual Science Fair to see who is the greatest scientist of them all.
And behind each scientist is an 'Igor', whose job can be summed up in two words - 'Yes, Master'. But in the year of the 51st Science Fair, one Igor is about to change everything. Sick of being 'just another Igor', this particular Igor (John Cusack) is adamant that nothing but the greatest invention of all time is good enough for the Science Fair. Despite the fact that Igors aren't supposed to think, let alone come up with ideas for inventions, this unlikely hero is determined that this time he's going to do a whole lot more than just pull the switch. Directed by animation veteran Anthony Leondis with a witty script from Chris McKenna, Igor is a hugely enjoyable family comedy about following your dream.
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Tinkerbell And The Lost Treasure
Disney's favourite fairy, the magical Tinker Bell, sets out to save Pixie Hollow.
It's autumn in Pixie Hollow, home to Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman) and her fairy friends (including Lucy Liu), and it's an important time as there's a rare blue moon on its way. That can only mean one thing - now the fairies can use their special moonstone to breathe life back into their Pixie Dust Tree, which is the source of their magic powers. Tinker Bell is given a vital job which she must finish in time for the blue moon's arrival, but things don't quite work out. So now it's up to Tink to save her fairy home and all who live there. To put things right, the brave little fairy has to leave Pixie Hollow far behind and set out on a daring adventure helped by her friend Terence (Jesse McCartney) and a firefly named Blaze.
The story really comes to life in this fantasy adventure for the family. Meggie (Eliza Bennett) and her father Mo (Brendan Fraser) have a gift: whenever they read aloud, they bring the characters from the book to life.
But when Mo hears voices from a book he hasn't heard for years, it sends shivers up his spine. The voices are from Inkheart, a story of medieval castles, fairs and strange creatures - and it's the book he believes Meggie's mother Resa (Sienna Guillory) is trapped inside.
When the evil villain Capricorn (Andy Serkis) emerges from the pages of Inkheart, he takes Mo, Meggie and her great aunt Elinor (Helen Mirren) to a remote mountain lair and destroys his copy of the book. While there, they discover that Resa is out of the book and trapped inside the castle. It's now up to Meggie to use her powers to stop Capricorn's reign of terror, save Resa and reunite the family for good.
Night At The Museum 2
Ben Stiller has his hands full when he spends a night in the world's biggest museum.
When the Museum of Natural History is closed for a refit, its exhibits are wrapped up and shipped off to the legendary Smithsonian Institute in Washington - home of Al Capone's mug shot, Fonzie's jacket from Happy Days and a few million other priceless items. In hot pursuit is Larry Daley (Ben Stiller), who's been sent to keep an eye on his magical museum archive. After making his way past a particularly officious security guard, Larry is reunited with his old nocturnal buddies - Jedediah (Owen Wilson), Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams) and Octavius (Steve Coogan). He meets some new ones too, including a deliciously flirtatious Amelia Earhart (Amy Adams), General Custer (Bill Hader) and Kah Mun Rah (Hank Azaria). It's business as usual for the hapless Larry as he tries (and fails) to keep his unruly exhibits under control.
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Family tickets Adam; you can take up to four people for free (if you register) or for £1.00 each if you pay at the box office. As long as you take kids with you they are this price
What would be the best choice for a 3 1/2 yo boy?.....voted hot :thumbsup:

Do you know what time the special halloween showing is?
What would be the best choice for a 3 1/2 yo boy?.....voted hot :thumbsup:


Definitely not Inkheart or Night At..
What would be the best choice for a 3 1/2 yo boy?.....voted hot :thumbsup:


Definitely Igor. :thumbsup: My DS (4) loved it. :) He likes Night in the museum too but maybe your DS is a little young. :)
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Thanks, will try to see Igor
My 8yr old daughter and I loved tinkerbell 2 weeks ago...the cinema had colouring sheets and games before the film..she won a Ice age 3 Tshirt and lollypop...was surprised at how many kids eating loads of sweets at 10 am!!!!
I registered 2 weeks ago and still heard nothing, every time I try to book tickets it tells me they are still processing my application.
don't they do this every saturday for £1? 10am

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