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Our featured theatrical release this week is Disney's animated cyber sequel, Ralph Breaks the Internet. Set six years after the original film, Ralph and Vanellope - now firm friends - travel into the Internet via a newly-installed WiFi router after the Sugar Rush steering wheel breaks, hoping to source a replacement. There, they discover new worlds and personalities together, including favourites from Pixar animations and Marvel films, in this fun video game crossover which explores modern technology.
Ralph and Vanellope must travel around the Internet via a newly installed Wi-Fi router in their arcade to locate a piece capable of saving their game.
Age group7–14 years
Another high-profile, critically-acclaimed sequel in cinemas this week is boxing movie Creed II, following Adonis Creed three years on, where he now holds the World Heavyweight Championship title. But as he aims to settle down with his long-term girlfriend Bianca, his priorities are thrown into question when Ivan Drago - who killed Creed's father in the ring years earlier - puts his son Viktor forward to challenge Adonis for the belt, with so much more at stake.
Our featured DVD release this week is The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales..., a delightful animation suitable for the youngest viewers in which a troupe of farmyard animals put on a show where they tell three different stories, including a festive tale, 'The Perfect Christmas', where the animals must work together to try and find a new Santa Claus. Also, 'The Big Bad Fox' sees the menacing creature steal a chicken's eggs before deciding to raise them as his own, and 'A Baby to Deliver' follows the adventures of a rabbit, pig and duck as they attempt to take on the traditional deliveries of a stork!
Robin and the gang seek to capture the attention of the biggest film director in Hollywood but come unstuck when an evil super villain appears in Teen Titans Go! to the Movies; with Sophie pregnant, she begins to find out more about her mother's past in musical sensation sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
ABBA-based musical sequel in which Sophie finds out more about her mother’s past while pregnant herself.
Age group7–16 years
We look at the long-awaited 'Mamma Mia' sequel and how audiences are being drawn back to the unique experience of the big-screen musical.
Reading time 6 mins
As both a young person and an actor, 'The BFG' star is uniquely positioned to inspire and share her experiences with other young people.
Reading time 4 mins
Director Joe Cornish launches our new literacy-focused writing competition, where you could win a preview screening of his new film 'The Kid Who Would Be King'.
Viewing time 4 mins
Warrington Youth Film Club has long-been leading the way in peer-to-peer engagement. We caught up with the film's young leaders, Zak and Kyle, to find out more.
Reading time 8 mins
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