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Thought this was a good heads up as the schools are ending and it's something to do with the wee nippers as a treat this weekend.

Woolworths Movies for Juniors are proud to present this week's selection of classic kids' films. Register as a Very Important Family at 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.

That rascal Jack Frost is out to steal Christmas in this festive comedy sequel.

Fans of the first two Santa Clause movies will welcome the return of Scott Calvin (Tim Allen), the regular suburban guy who was left holding the sleigh reins when he inadvertently knocked the original Santa off his roof in the The Santa Clause (1994). After a few years in the job Scott is getting quite comfortable, but that's all about to change as Jack Frost (Martin Short) has his eyes on the big guy's fur-lined hoodie. "I'm tired of playing second fiddle," he announces "I'm going to be Santa Claus!" As Jack steals Santa's jacket (sending Scott back to normal) he hatches plans to create 'Frostmas', a distinctly chilly alternative to Christmas - and only Scott can stop him. Tim Allen again proves himself the perfect Santa, while Short is brilliant as the mischievous Frost scheming to usurp the holiday season.
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A neglected little girl finds a dreamy alternative life through a secret door - but things aren't quite as rosy as they seem.

Eleven-year-old Coraline (Dakota Fanning) is an isolated only child who's ignored by her parents and driven to distraction by the bugs climbing her bathroom wall while dreaming of escaping her dreary existence. Her wish comes true when she discovers a secret door in her home that leads to an alternative (and much better) version of her life. In this parallel universe, her parents are loving and attentive, there are cupcakes by the truckload and her neighbours have transformed into eccentric circus performers. It's almost good to be true. But things take a malevolent turn when Coraline's Other Mother (Teri Hatcher) decides that she wants to keep her and traps her behind a mirror. Coraline must now use all her courage and wits to help her escape the other world and get back home.
An elite team of highly-trained guinea pigs is dispatched to scupper a billionaire's wicked plans for world domination.

When the FBI uncovers a plot that threatens the fate of the free world, who do they choose to send in? The answer is G-Force, a covert group of highly trained espionage guinea pigs who tackle the kind of tasks that would have the average agent running for cover. The team is led by Darwin (Sam Rockwell), who will stop at nothing to succeed. He's joined by weapons and transportation expert Blaster (Tracy Morgan) and sexy martial arts pro Juarez (Penelope Cruz). With the help of Mooch, the super-spy fly, and Speckles (Nicolas Cage), a computer wiz mole, G-Force must bring down a dastardly billionaire (Bill Nighy) before his mechanised army takes over the world. But with the odds stacked against them, have these plucky rodents got what it takes to defeat their nasty nemesis?
Aliens In The Attic
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.
i love woolies but we dont have cineworld where we live ours is odeon wish it was for there would take the kids to see these
My local is only showing the dire 'Aliens In The Attic'. Wish I live near Witney so I could take them to 'Coraline'.
Thought it looked like a good deal but after jumping through hoops to register all you get is the message ...

Your free Movies for Juniors tickets may be claimed each week
between Thursday and Saturday morning.
Thought it looked like a good deal but after jumping through hoops to register all you get is the message ...

Your free Movies for Juniors tickets may be claimed each week
between Thursday and Saturday morning.

Confused??? :? Why is that bad?
The deal is not bad just there is a good chance the tickets will be sold out before Thursday at £1 each + 60p booking fee per ticket (Total £1.60 per ticket not £1 BTW).

So the cineworld part of the deal is good but the woolworths part not so good. In fact looking at the email I just got it says "Please note that your first movie tickets can't be claimed until up to 10 days after you register" so none of the films listed can be got for free with registration as implied.

I would suggest change this into 2 deals.

Cineworld £1 tickts
Woolworths free tickets 10 days after registering.
Awful film not worth 10 pence
does anyone know how??? i've forgotton my pasword for this offer, can't see anywhere to retrieve it... i'm sure i have joined :)

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