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Based on the beloved novel by renowned children’s author Jacqueline Wilson, ‘Four Children and It’, this film introduces us to a group of children who are holidaying in Cornwall with their parents, visiting their strange Uncle Tristan. What begins as a simple trip to the beach soon becomes a magical adventure as the children befriend a grumpy but friendly magical creature with the power to grant any wish they ask for. It does not take long, however, for the kids to discover that Uncle Tristan has his sights set on capturing the creature for his own evil schemes and they must do everything in their power to make sure that does not happen. This whimsical comedy is both an enjoyable escapade and a lesson in responsibility, kindness and being careful what you wish for.
Dreams come true in the most magical way in this heart-tugging fantasy about hope, love and family.
7+ years 100 mins
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Thrilling and funny adaptation of the well-known Goosebumps books that sees havoc unleashed on an unsuspecting American suburb.
7–14 years 103 mins
Decades after her first visit, magical nanny Mary Poppins returns to the Banks household to help them through a difficult time in their lives.
All ages 130 mins
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Korean thriller Parasite arrives on DVD after its surprise win at the Academy Awards whilst inspiring documentary I Am Greta is released in cinemas.
Reading time 3 mins
Take a look at Into Film's fresh batch of short films all covering the theme of friendship alongside our new film guides and film lists.
Reading time 4 mins
The world's most influential teenager, Greta Thunberg, is centred in this fascinating documentary whilst Best Picture winner Parasite is released on DVD.
Reading time 3 mins
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