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This superbly acted adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's best-selling novel is an attempt to deal with the trauma of the 9/11 attacks on the US World Trade Centre. Oskar is a solitary but gifted 11-year-old who it’s thought may have Asperger’s. After his father dies in one of the towers that collapsed on 9/11, Oskar discovers a key in an envelope labelled "Black" among his dad’s belongings. Knowing his dad’s penchant for explorer games, he becomes convinced a message has been left hidden somewhere in New York, and begins a journey through all five boroughs to make sense of his grief. A great film to kick off discussions about loss.
Outstanding fantasy grounded in a Spanish Civil War setting, about a girl who discovers a magical maze at her ruthless stepfather's remote army base.
14+ years 118 mins
This timeless family musical, one of cinema's much loved productions, sees young Dorothy escape Kansas for the Technicolor land of Oz.
7+ years 98 mins
The sophisticated storytelling and lavish camera work in this superb family adventure combine to create a loving postcard to the power of film.
7–16 years 126 mins
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