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The cinema at the moment for my 6 year old son ---- Help??

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I'm taking my son to the cinema on Tuesday to spend some time with him while my youngest is at playschool. Anyone reccomend anything? Looking at Monsters Vs Aliens? Any good?
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I'm taking my son to the cinema on Tuesday to spend some time with him while my youngest is at playschool. Anyone reccomend anything?

Looking at Monsters Vs Aliens?

Any good?
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
wrong area to post.....try misc
#2
Monsters vs Aliens was bloody fantastic! my 4 yr old (nearly 5) loved it, the 2 year old (nearly 3) was bored in the first 20mins.

If you do see this then go for the 3D version, awesome!
#3
MOnster vs Aliens excellent.
#4
Saw Bolt the other day, really funny!!
#5
not recommending a film but would just like to point out that you can go on wednesday and get 1 ticket free through orange wednesdays, (need an orange sim card)
#6
my local is £1 on a tuesday for kids i think.

watched monsters v aliens and loved it myself so did kid,im 27 and kid 3 lol,i grow up 1 day.
maddagascar 2 very good i thats still on
#7
Moved to Misc. :)
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ramiuk1
my local is £1 on a tuesday for kids i think.

watched monsters v aliens and loved it myself so did kid,im 27 and kid 3 lol,i grow up 1 day.
maddagascar 2 very good i thats still on



That came out on DVD Monday
#9
Does your son really like watching movies? It's just that I kind of gave up on the cinema because it's like going out to watch telly and you won't even get to interact with eachother! If it's a 3D film then yeah that's different but otherwise why dont you consider bowling (1p each if you go before 9.30 at Hollywood Bowl, or a play area, or even go karting if you have one near you?)

Not trying to butt in, hope this helps :)
#10
i took my 5 year old to see it was brill . We both loved it x
#11
Yeah Bolt 3D :)
#12
Mrs.Z
Does your son really like watching movies? It's just that I kind of gave up on the cinema because it's like going out to watch telly and you won't even get to interact with eachother! If it's a 3D film then yeah that's different but otherwise why dont you consider bowling (1p each if you go before 9.30 at Hollywood Bowl, or a play area, or even go karting if you have one near you?)

Not trying to butt in, hope this helps :)




I know what you mean, he loved bowling but the last one we had in Blackpool is currently under demolition. Have wii bowling now too so its kida there all the time ...lol....
He likes his friends coming to play area we have that planned for later on in the week.
Yes the 3d one not going to go in the day going to leave it until night time and go and see the 3d monsters vs aliens with him. :)

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