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This is a sequel to the hit film about Greg and how he just about survives life at school and at home. This time around his parents are trying to make him and his much cooler older brother Roderick spend more time together. Neither of them are too happy about that, although it does mean Greg and his mates get to see what a wild party is like. As in the first film, everything that can go wrong does go wrong for Greg - and pretty much anyone who’s ever been to school will be cringing in sympathy.
Funny and painful by turns, Diary of A Wimpy Kid is a clever take on pre-teen angst.
7–14 years 92 mins
A terrible series of events teach Alexander and his family a valuable lesson about appreciating the good days.
7–11 years 78 mins
Immensely fun comedy caper, following the Goonies' adventure to find One Eyed Willie's pirate treasure, escape the Fratellis, and save their houses!
11+ years 109 mins
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