Earth To Echo  - Movies For Juniors from £1.35 @ Cineworld

Earth To Echo - Movies For Juniors from £1.35 @ Cineworld

Found 28th Oct 2014
Earth To Echo is this weekend movie for juniors at Cineworld £1.50 standard price or £1.35 when you sign up for free and login.


Dave Green

Action, Sci-Fi, Family

Teo Halm, Astro, Reese Hartwig

A trio of kids find their lives changed forever when they befriend an alien being with amazing powers! Tuck (Astro), Munch (Reese Hartwig) and Alex (Teo Halm) are at a crossroads in their young lives. Fed up with being well-behaved nobodies, they face separation when a massive highway construction project forces their families to move away. With just two days to go before this big upheaval, the lads find a curious signal on their mobile phones. Filming their adventure, they head into the desert to trace its source. Here they find an alien entity that seems to be stranded on Earth. They call their new friend Echo and find that it has incredible abilities. But sinister government forces are also on Echo's tail! This first feature from a talented writer/director team features a fresh young cast and balances breathtaking 'Transformers'-style sci fi with a heartfelt story of childhood friendship.
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Earth To Echo (2014) Film Review - link

Using a roughly handled camcorder and social media outlets the look of Earth To Echo is meant to be a mess, disguising its 21st century reworking of the E.T story.

Three high school buds take off on their bikes into the desert in the middle of the night as a final farewell to California. Their homes are about to be demolished to make way for a new motorway.
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They discover a tubular object half buried in the sand. It could be a bomb. They are nervous, but intrigued. Turns out that it affects electricity in a weird way before revealing its tiny passenger, a silver baby alien with cartoon eyes.

The authorities know about the crashed mother ship and are behaving exactly as you would expect, with the imagination of a bison, heavy brained and heavy handed. The kids believe the silver cuteness wants to go home and are determined to help. But how?

There are similarities to Super 8 which is no bad thing. Teenage confusion gives the film an unexpected conviction, coupled with its punk styled cinematography.

What matters is whether you comprehend, or have empathy for the characters. They may be fathoms deep in danger and ignorant of what they are dealing with, but display a solidarity of purpose that overcomes any temptation to sink the screenplay in a vat of treacle.
Reviewed on: 18 Jul 2014

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Kids enjoyed it, worth £1.35
I enjoyed this movie, it's a kiddie flick but the characters are likable enough to keep adults engaged although the "baddies" aren't as shady and sinister as they could have been... Well worth £1.35

Thanks, I wasn't suer if it's even worth to stick it here as a deal. I guess I'll have to watch it now
Is this every day or just Saturdays plz

Is this every day or just Saturdays plz

You have to check with your cineworld, each one has a different times and days. Click on the link below and change the location on the right side.…ult

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