Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Animation, Comedy, Family
Steve Carrell's Gru is the unlikely "hero" of this eye-popping animation that has great fun mocking super-villain conventions. Continually outdone by other evil-doers, Gru hatches a scheme to snatch both the moon and the title of World's Greatest Villain. But when he involves three cute-as-a-button orphans, Gru finds himself becoming a little less despicable: a disaster for any aspiring criminal mastermind. This hilarious spoof has a great voice cast and will delight fans of The Incredibles.
Enchanting, comic animation set in the city of Monstropolis, powered by the screams of children- who don't scare as easily as they used to.
5–11 years 88 mins
Mr Incredible and Elastigirl are forced to give up their superhero lives and settle down with their family, but as danger looms, old habits die hard.
5–14 years 111 mins
Will Smith stars in this funny, action packed film, which takes on the idea of what things would really be like for a superhero in the modern world.
11+ years 92 mins
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July's Leader of the Month, Chris Kidd, from St Andrew's Centre, Southampton, explains how running a film club in a church has benefited young local people.
Reading time 4 mins
Exploring the unconventional governesses, nannies and guardians of cinema as inspired by the release of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Reading time 3 mins
With Finding Dory's release, we look at how Pixar bring characters with disabilities to the surface, as they face their trickiest animation challenge yet.
Reading time 8 mins
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