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New in cinemas this week is The LEGO® NINJAGO® Movie, another riotous comedy in the mould of The LEGO® Movie and The LEGO® Batman Movie before it. In the latest colourful and hilarious instalment, six teenagers find their world turned upside down when they're recruited to be ninjas, tasked with taking down the fearsome Lord Garmadon, who just happens to be one of the boys' father...
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Six teenagers who become ninjas at night must defend their home against a villain named Lord Garmadon.
Age group5–14 years
Documentary following a class of children over a single year in Ireland’s only primary-age boarding school, led by two inspirational teachers.
Age group11+ years
Fascinating animated drama about the impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh’s last few days.
Age group14+ years
An alcoholic detective based in Oslo investigates the gruesome murder of several young women in the area.
Age group16+ years
Patriarch Harold Meyerowitz heads a dysfunctional New York family in this witty comedy drama.
Age group16+ years
After the previous films in the DC extended universe (DCEU) proved a mixed bag, Wonder Woman arrived to become the franchise's biggest success, both critically and with fans. When an American pilot lands on a secluded island, he discovers a society of powerful Amazonian warriors, and their princess, the demigod Diana, aka Wonder Woman. It's not long before Diana leaves the safety of her home and becomes embroiled in human affairs; namely in trying to navigate and stop World War I. With superhero movies proving so popular over the last decade, it's absurd that it took until Wonder Woman for there to be one fronted by a woman. With the film's success, we can hope for plenty more to come!
Diana, princess of the Amazons, is a trained warrior who realises her true potential when she leaves home to fight in World War One.
Age group11–16 years
Themed around The LEGO® NINJAGO® Movie, help your pupils aged 7-11 master skills in literacy, physical education and art & design with our new resource.
Reading time 2 mins
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Reading time 6 mins
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