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Planet 51 / Fantastic Mr Fox / Up tickets only £1.00 per person @ Cineworld

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Treat the nippers this weekend 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 p… Read More
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Treat the nippers this weekend 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.

Planet 51: -
Starring: John Cleese, Jessica Biel, Justin Long, Seann William Scott, Gary Oldman, Dwayne Johnson
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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Fantastic Mr. Fox
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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.
Mr Fox (George Clooney) enjoys an idyllic home life with Mrs Fox (Meryl Streep), their son Ash (Jason Schwartzman) and visiting nephew Kristopherson (Eric Anderson). But after 12 years, this bucolic existence proves too much for Mr Fox's wild animal instincts. Soon he slips back into his old ways as a sneaky chicken thief, and in doing so endangers not only his beloved family, but the whole animal community. Trapped underground and with not enough food to go around, the animals band together to fight against the evil Farmers - Boggis (Brian Cox), Bunce (Hugo Guinness) and Bean (Michael Gambon) - who are determined to capture Mr Fox at any cost. Fantastic Mr. Fox is director Wes Anderson's first animated film, using classic techniques to retell this much-loved tale by Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl.
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Up
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Starring: Ed Asner, John Ratzenberger, Christopher Plummer, Jordan Nagai
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...
#3
Seems like a very good deal.
Does anyone know if the tickets are pre-bookable and if accompanying adults pay the £1 or full ticket price please? :thumbsup:
[mod]#4
PurpleMyrtle
Seems like a very good deal.
Does anyone know if the tickets are pre-bookable and if accompanying adults pay the £1 or full ticket price please? :thumbsup:


£1 for adults too :thumbsup:
And yes they are prebookable (but there is a booking fee if doing it online - no booking fee if buying at the cinema)
Select the film you want - then the cinema - and follow links and book
#5
Up was terribly disappointing but Fantastic Mr. Fox was amazing.
#6
Just checked my local cineworld (ilford) and it is showing Where The Wild Things Are rather than Fantastic Mr.Fox.
Think I'll be taking little ones to see Up again, as they loved it!
#7
I would highly reccommend pre-booking tickets, my kids were very dissapointed when Planet 51 was sold out last week - people were queueing out of the door!!
#8
Queengemma
I would highly reccommend pre-booking tickets, my kids were very dissapointed when Planet 51 was sold out last week - people were queueing out of the door!!


Thanks for the tip :thumbsup: Just booked mine. We went to see A Christmas Carol a few months ago and it cost us £43.40 to get in (2 adults, 3 kids for 3D + glasses) I nearly passed out when she told us the price!

£8.50 sounds MUCH better :w00t: Thanks op! :)
#9
mmbeak
Just checked my local cineworld (ilford) and it is showing Where The Wild Things Are rather than Fantastic Mr.Fox.
Think I'll be taking little ones to see Up again, as they loved it!


i took kids to the vue cinema in dagenham yesterday, they was showing planet 51 on the kids club deal, (vue kids club is 95p per person)
it was very busy there was a masive que, there was 3 adults and 7 kids in our group and we managed to get the last 10 tickets but the seats was all scattard about 1 here 1 there so i ended up sitting on the floor at the front of the cinema with all the kids, so i would suggest getting a seat early even if your in a small group
#11
fantastic mister fox was last saturday at ours.

shame they only do it at 10am on saturday! would be good to have 2 or 3 showings so you could see all! LOL

i'm trying to borrow my nephew to see up this weekend!
#12


Adults are 95p also when accompanied by a child
#13
thanks for this. I better book my tickets today as my son was gutted when I couldnt take him to see the wild things first time around.
#14
We go to the Empire most weekends. There's a choice of 2 films each weekend & you can always get in because every film is shown 4 times (Sat & Sun then repeated following weekend) but their £1.25 is starting to look expensive!

http://www.empirecinemas.co.uk/index.php?page=nowshowing&tbx_site_id=24&schedulefilter=jnrs

Up was great!
#15
Great deal. Just booked 4 tickets for this weekend to see Planet 51 for £6.80 at 10:10am. I guess the money we saved at the cinema we can use it to have lunnch aftewards at Nando's :-)

Heat and rep added.
#16
watching up on the tv now!
#17
topshopper
watching up on the tv now!


Not quite the point unless you have a 50ft screen and full THX digital surround sound :roll: I've had a DVDrip of Up for months now which our little un has watched god knows how many times but we still went to the cinema to "experience" it properly.
#18
Odeon are also showing planet 51 from tomorrow on their kids offer which is £2.50 per kid with one adult per child going free.
#19
frakison
Not quite the point unless you have a 50ft screen and full THX digital surround sound :roll: I've had a DVDrip of Up for months now which our little un has watched god knows how many times but we still went to the cinema to "experience" it properly.


:thumbsup: +1

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