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  • The Incredibles
    The Incredibles

    Available until 30 Sep 2017

    Pixar's bid for global animation domination took another giant leap with the Oscar-winning tale of Mr Incredible (Craig T Nelson) and his family of superheroes. After a botched rescue, the gifted clan are forced into anonymity and forbidden to use their superpowers. But it's not long before they are recalled into action when the world is threatened by sneaky megalomaniac Buddy Pine aka Syndrome. Knowing winks to James Bond and an uncanny comprehension of what kids like make this pretty much the pitch-perfect cartoon adventure.

  • BURN-E
    BURN-E

    Available until 30 Sep 2017

    A welding repair bot - BURN-E - finds his daily routine disrupted with the arrival of rubbish disposal robot WALL-E. While attempting to carry out simple repairs on an exterior light, he is constantly thwarted by the comings-and-goings of the lovelorn WALL-E, resulting in him losing one lamp in space and cutting another off with his blowtorch.

  • Toy Story 2
    Toy Story 2

    Available until 05 Apr 2017

    Saddle up, pardners, for the sequel that takes audiences to the heights of Pixar's ground-breaking, computer-animated classic... and beyond. When rag cowboy Woody (Tom Hanks) is snatched by a greedy toy merchant, space hero Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) rounds up the playbox posse to bring him home. But with a new set of friends depending on him, Woody can feel his loyalties coming apart at the seams. An irresistible treat.

  • Toy Story 3
    Toy Story 3

    Available until 05 Apr 2017

    Andy is heading off to college, and his toys, including Woody (Tom Hanks) and Buzz (Tim Allen), are worried about their uncertain future. After some twists and turns, the toys end up at Sunnyside Daycare Center where they meet new playmates such as Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear (Ned Beatty), a stuffy porcupine named Mr. Pricklepants (Timothy Dalton), and a smooth-talking Ken doll (Michael Keaton). Once again, Pixar blow us away with a fun-filled, endearing and action-packed family hit which went on to win Oscars for animation and score.

  • WALL-E
    WALL-E

    Available until 05 Apr 2017

    Many centuries after humans abandoned planet Earth, one lone robot continues to clear up the mess left behind. But after 600 years of hard work, Wall-E has developed a personality - and he's getting lonely. Another Oscar-winning triumph, Wall-E finds Pixar at their most sophisticated with a plethora of terrific visual jokes, astonishingly rendered junkscapes, and one uncannily touching relationship.

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