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Evan Taylor is an 11-year-old boy who was raised in an orphanage. He has an amazing gift for music, and believes that if his real parents hear him play they will come and rescue him. In order to find his mother and father - neither of who know he exists - he runs away to the streets of New York. There he is taken in and re-named August Rush by Wizard - an older man who seems kind at first but just wants to take advantage of Evan's talents. As his music echoes around the city, Evan must wait to see who is listening...
Big screen adaptation of the hit Broadway musical, including a few new songs to the heartwarming tale of little orphan Annie trying to find happiness.
5–11 years 122 mins
Inspiring film about a musical genius pushed by his parents to succeed as a pianist but descending into a dark world of mental illness.
11+ years 101 mins
Adaptation of the famous Charles Dickens novel, about a boy who grows up in a brutal workhouse in Victorian London before joining a pickpocket gang.
7+ years 110 mins
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