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An affecting, sweet-natured adaptation of Kate Di Camillo's novel, this 2005 film sees Opal, a lonely young girl, adopt a homeless dog, named Winn-Dixie after the local supermarket. Following Opal's low-key adventures with Winn-Dixie in her Florida home town, the film depicts how the dog helps her make friends, including some enjoyable eccentrics, and improve her relationship with her distant father. A film of meandering charm, it features a touching performance by Jeff Daniels as Opal's dad.
Sensitive, heartbreaking drama about a child born deaf and unable to speak.
7–16 years 88 mins
Family adventure from Disney, as three lonely pets overcome all odds to find their way home.
5–11 years 77 mins
Film based on the books about an orphan girl who lives in a Paris boarding school, with real actors and locations to match the original illustrations.
5–11 years 88 mins
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