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Alexander wakes up with gum in his hair and things go downhill from there in this family comedy, based on a children’s book by Judith Viorst. From lima beans for dinner to teachers who do not understand him, Alexander faces a range of frustrations. And things are not going much better for the rest of his family. While his brother flunks his driving test spectacularly, his father has an equally unsuccessful time at a job interview, and his baby sibling has possibly swallowed toxic ink. Alexander is determined that the day will not get the better of them, offering his family the philosophical advice: “You’ve just got to have the bad days so you can love the good days even more.”
Spike Jonze's live action adaptation of Maurice Sendak's children's classic about tameable monsters and an angry little boy.
7–16 years 99 mins
Frothy remake of the 1977 Disney body-swap comedy about a constantly quarrelling mother and daughter.
7–14 years 97 mins
Fantastic special effects in this comedy caper following four quarter-inch children, shrunk by their bungling father as they try to escape the garden!
5–11 years 91 mins
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