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Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy
Six teenagers who face the routine challenges of high school are posed a greater quest when they are recruited by an old master to become ninjas. Each ninja is represented by their own element: there’s Lloyd (energy), Jay (lightning), Kai (fire), Cole (earth), Zane (ice) and Nya (water). Tasked with protecting the city at night, they come up against fearsome monsters, led by the evil Lord Garmadon, who just so happens to be Lloyd’s father. This is the third film in the LEGO® franchise, featuring the trademark frenzied action and laugh-out-loud comedy of the previous installments.
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Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the Let's Play strand of the festival.
Action packed Disney animation with a lovable robot and a cool teenage scientist.
7–14 years 98 mins
Mr Incredible and Elastigirl are forced to give up their superhero lives and settle down with their family, but as danger looms, old habits die hard.
5–14 years 111 mins
Mentored by Tony Stark, Peter Parker attempts to balance being a teenager with the challenges of fighting crime as Spider-Man.
11+ years 133 mins
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Marvel's latest is joined in cinemas by Oscar® hopefuls 'Lady Bird' and 'The Shape of Water', with 'The LEGO® Ninjago® Movie' leading this week's DVD releases.
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The latest LEGO® movie is joined by a whole host of new cinema releases, from Loving Vincent to The Snowman, while the mighty Wonder Woman arrives on DVD.
Reading time 3 mins
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