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When we last saw Mike and Sulley, in 2001, they were at Monsters Incorporated, working on new ways to collect energy to replace the old method of making children scream. Monsters University takes us back to the monsters' roaring student days, as Mike and Sulley's friendship is tested by the rules of the college campus (Mike isn't allowed to hang around with Sulley's popular, scary friends). This long-awaited prequel leads us beyond downtown Monstropolis and lets us see more of the monster world.
Based on a Greek myth, this adventure film sees hero Jason and the Argonauts on a supposedly doomed voyage to retrieve the Golden Fleece.
7+ years 99 mins
Scary, funny animation about a group of friends who go to investigate the scary house on their street.
7–14 years 87 mins
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We look at Pixar's latest original animation 'Coco', a family adventure which celebrates the Mexican holiday of Diá de Muertos (the Day of the Dead).
Reading time 5 mins
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