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Carlitos has two goals – the first being to find a family that will adopt him and the second, to play football for the Spanish national team. Unfortunately when prospective parents visit the orphanage he and his friend’s football antics go wrong, causing the stern orphanage director to lock up all the balls. Determined to play, Carlitos and his friends hatch a plan to get him out of the building to local football trials where he learns there is much more to playing than just having the skills.
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Foosball players come to life to save the day in this colourful animated comedy.
7–14 years 93 mins
Touching fictional tale about legendary Manchester United manager Sir Matt Busby helping a talented but wayward young footballer fulfil his dreams.
7–16 years 95 mins
A feel-good animation about Justin, an unlikely hero who dreams of being a valiant knight, but lives in a hum-drum town where knights are outlawed.
7–14 years 96 mins
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