Movies for Juniors New Season only £1.50 pp (Ferdinand / Paddington 2 / Cars 3 / Jungle Bunch / My Little Pony / Nut Job 2 & more) @ Empire Cinemas
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Movies for Juniors New Season only £1.50 pp (Ferdinand / Paddington 2 / Cars 3 / Jungle Bunch / My Little Pony / Nut Job 2 & more) @ Empire Cinemas

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Found 30th Jan
Fab selection of family films for the new Juniors Season (Now to early October) at Empire.
Bring the whole family to Empire Jnrs. With tickets at pocket money prices for some of the greatest classic family films and recent releases every Saturday and Sunday morning at Empire Cinemas nationwide, this truly is an offer that's too good to miss.
Dates and times vary so you'll need to click on your nearest cinema to view the 'Season' timetable for your particular cinema. You need to select your local Empire for your 'Season' by selecting "CLICK ON YOUR LOCAL CINEMA TO DOWNLOAD THECURRENT EMPIRE JNRS SEASON LEAFLET" Tickets are a quid fifty each for kids and parents, but if you book online there is a booking fee; but if you book online you do get to choose your seat, so swings and roundabouts
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Uh oh, am I going to have to go with my daughter to the My Little Pony Movie??
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eayragt9 m ago

Uh oh, am I going to have to go with my daughter to the My Little Pony …Uh oh, am I going to have to go with my daughter to the My Little Pony Movie??



YES!!
We went when it first came out. It's actually OK and my daughter loved it.
andywedge4 m ago

YES!!We went when it first came out. It's actually OK and my daughter …YES!!We went when it first came out. It's actually OK and my daughter loved it.



Actually okay - that's a better review than expected!
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eayragt12 m ago

Actually okay - that's a better review than expected!



Paddington 2 on the other hand was excellent fun
33169710-xCeHl.jpgthis doesnt seem parent and baby film
Great selection, wish Cineworld, Vue and Odeon would follow and update their Juniors film selection.
kathrynt30th Jan

[Image] this doesnt seem parent and baby film


The movie isn't for the baby, the environment is. The idea is that parents with very small children can go and watch a movie in a surrounding where no one will start tutting and complaining if your baby starts crying or you need to get up to feed or change them. You wouldn't take a child old enough to be affected by what's on screen to one of these shows.

I think it's a brilliant idea and wish more cinemas would do this, and more screenings for people on the autistic spectrum, too (similar thing: lights up, volume down, no one getting arsey).
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