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Action and Adventure, Animation
The future is at risk and it’s up to the world’s most extraordinary dog to save the day in this boisterous animated comedy, based on characters from a 1960s TV cartoon show. A scientist, inventor and all-round genius, talking pooch Mr Peabody’s been using his greatest creation – the WABAC time machine – to take his adopted human son, Sherman, on colourful adventures to the past. But disaster strikes when Sherman secretly borrows the contraption to impress a classmate, accidentally ripping a hole in the universe and altering crucial events in history. With the whole of time consequently threatened, the race is on for Mr Peabody to put things right, resulting in irreverent laughs and some important life lessons.
A film guide that looks at Mr Peabody & Sherman (2014), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Exquisite animation and lively score creates a fantastical backdrop for this classic story about the little people who 'borrow' everyday objects.
5–14 years 90 mins
Collection of animation shorts bringing together some of the funniest moments from one of the most popular production companies in Britain.
11+ years 157 mins
The Incredible Journey meets The Truman Show in this action-packed CGI-animated tale of Bolt, a TV canine superhero who believes his powers are real.
5–14 years 92 mins
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