Horrid Henry: The Movie

Horrid Henry: The Movie
Horrid Henry: The Movie

Year

2011

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

With 19 books published and over 100 animated television episodes made about him, it is no surprise that Henry - the exquisitely mischievous schoolboy - has now brought his devilish pranks to the big screen. In this 3D outing Henry continues his constant war on the teachers and girls of Ashdown Primary. Rival school headmaster Vic Van Winkle poses a whole new irritation altogether however. With Winkle hatching a devious plot to have Ashdown closed, Henry attempts to win a kids' television show competition that just might save the day. Fun cameos and young lead actors with sharp comedy timing make this a sure-bet to entertain Horrid Henry fans.

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Contains mild rude humour and very mild comic threat

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