Cineworld movies for juniors-the iron giant, £1.58 online or £1.75 at the venue
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Cineworld movies for juniors-the iron giant, £1.58 online or £1.75 at the venue

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Found 12th Feb 2016
Great film from what i can remember,didnt realise it had so many famous people in it.
The Incredibles director Brad Bird's brilliant animated sci-fi debut, remastered with extra scenes. In 1957, America is in the grip of Cold War paranoia when a hulking great robot (Vin Diesel) crashlands in the woods near the home of nine-year-old sci-fi enthusiast Hogarth Hughes (Eli Marienthal). Boy and metal-munching alien giant soon start to bond. But when sinister agent Kent Mansley (Christopher McDonald) starts sniffing around, Hogarth recruits beatnik artist Dean McCoppin (Harry Connick Jr) to conceal his clanking friend. Witty, sophisticated and determinedly retro, The Incredibles, Ratatouille and Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol director Brad Bird's multiple award-winning feature debut from 1999 is adapted from Ted Hughes' much-loved 1968 children's novel. It's brilliantly animated, melding the 3D computer-modelled giant seamlessly with traditional 2D characters and backgrounds. This Signature Edition has been lovingly remastered and is enhanced with two brand new additional scenes by animators who worked on the original film.
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once upon a time these were £1. but also once upon a time a standard adult ticket was under a tenner.
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An excellent, excellent film.
Edited by: "Krooner" 12th Feb 2016
Went to this with 6 of my 8 kids this morning thank you for the post
Krooner

An excellent, excellent film.



That is one weird vid
Ace film this! It's up there with the very best Disney animations (it's not a Disney), it a really good story and well delivered.

Currently on NowTV (or maybe Netflix?).
Really brilliant film. I'd highly recommend taking your kids to see it.

Not sure why it wasn't a massive hit when it was first release (1999), I guess they marketed it poorly. It's a shame because it's a really nice story with a strong anti-gun message delivered perfectly.
Was this showing just for half term?
ViktaMvr

Went to this with 6 of my 8 kids this morning thank you for the post


You should get a TV
Warning - don't take 3 year old girls unless you want to have to dry a lot of tears from them being scared! On the other hand, I loved it!
THE IRON GIANT IS AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!
Neptonola

Warning - don't take 3 year old girls unless you want to have to dry a … Warning - don't take 3 year old girls unless you want to have to dry a lot of tears from them being scared! On the other hand, I loved it!



I took my 3 year old daughter today & she loved every minute of it. Great movie, bargain at £1.58 a ticket.
We went today. 2 and 3 year old girls loved it and sat through it. The did a box of drink, popcorn and chocolate stars for 2.50 which I didn't think was bad compared to the usual cinema prices
one of my favourite animated films
Great movie, in case you don't read all the blurb, it's a special edition with new scenes added!
Excellent film, Book and scholastic comprehension book also available
oddballjamie

You should get a TV



​Actually have 5 tvs in the house thanks, the kids enjoyed the cinema experience! They say if you've got nothing good to say then say nothing at all
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