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Action and Adventure, Animation, Science Fiction and Fantasy
The fourth-century Danish kingdom of King Hrothgar is being terrorised by the monster Grendel, and the mighty warrior Beowulf is sent to slay him. But although initially successful, Beowulf doesn't count on Grendel's mother proving to be an even deadlier foe than her son. Past meets present as the oldest surviving poem written in the English language is brought to life using sophisticated motion-capture techniques, perfectly suited to this fantastical, action-packed epic.
Epic adventure based on Greek mythology which follows hero Perseus on his quest to marry Princess Andromeda.
11–14 years 113 mins
A rip-roaring retro-style horror starring Hugh Jackman as a vampire hunter sent to take care of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster AND the Wolf Man.
11–16 years 126 mins
Fun adventure about a modern American who finds out he is the son of ancient Greek god Poseidon, and that Zeus thinks he stole his lightning bolt.
7–14 years 120 mins
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