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The Minions have had lots of adventures with villains since the dawn of time– Napoleon, the Pharoahs, Dracula, even Tyrannosaurus Rex! Unfortunately, they have a nasty habit of clumsily killing off their masters and they eventually find themselves without an evil overlord to indulge. That is until plucky Kevin, Stuart and Bob meet Scarlet Overkill, the world’s first female super-villain, hell-bent on stealing the Queen’s crown jewels and wreaking havoc in 1960s London. But she may also leave the Minions facing a danger unlike any they’ve encountered before. This wild, bonkers spin-off from the Despicable Me films is packed full of physical and verbal humour, vibrant animation and a bucketload of silliness.
Shrek franchise charmer Puss in Boots finally gets his own spin-off adventure in this Zorro style origins story.
5–11 years 90 mins
A flea, accidentally made huge by a budding scientist, is loose in Paris where he takes refuge in a nightclub and his musical talent is discovered!
5–11 years 86 mins
Eye-popping animation that has great fun mocking super-villain conventions.
7–14 years 95 mins
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Find out all about the riotous animated spin-off Minions, where the critters from Despicable Me take centre stage!
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In our Autumn Preview, we're taking a look at some of the fantastic films that are still to hit cinemas in 2016 - from stellar sci-fi to sublime animation.
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Stories that depict great accomplishments and celebrate the incredible feats that filmmakers themselves have achieved with their works over the years.
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