£1.75 or less a film.
Features the Working Title produced family films NANNY MCPHEE, THE BORROWERS, THUNDERBIRDS, and JOHNNY ENGLISH.
In NANNY MCPHEE, a recently widowed Mr Brown employs the services of a nanny in the hope that order will be restored to his household and his seven children. However, the children have other ideas having already dispatched seventeen nannies, who also thought that they knew better. Unfortunately the children have met their match, Nanny McPhee has special powers.
In THE BORROWERS, a family of four inch high people live under the stairs of a family home occupied by, to them at least, giant sized people. Based on the books by Mary Morton.
In THUNDERBIRDS, the Thunderbirds have only just returned home to their secret base when their space based station is attacked by a suspected meteor strike. This attack is only to get them off the island so that Aristotle Spode, an international master criminal, can take it over. What he doesn't realise is that Alan, Fermat and Tin Tin are still on the island.
In JOHNNY ENGLISH, Johnny English is an office worker at MI7 who gets himself promoted after all the agents are blown up at a funeral. Johnny is assigned the task of protecting the Crown Jewels on the opening night of an exhibition. The gems are stolen from under his nose and now he must use all his resources to locate them and get them back.