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    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.

  • Monsters, Inc
    Monsters, Inc

    Available until 30 Sep 2017

    From under the bed or inside the cupboard, nobody scares kids like one-eyed oddball Mike (Billy Crystal) and big blue furball Sully (John Goodman). They're the finest frightmongers in Monstropolis, a city powered by the screams of children. Unfortunately, with kids getting harder to scare, the energy crisis in Monstropolis threatens to become a disaster when a fearless little girl wanders into town. Another Pixar masterwork, packed with terrific characters and animation so good it'll make your hair stand on end. Randy Newman also landed an Oscar for the song If I Didn't Have You.

  • 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.

  • Day & Night
    Day & Night

    Available until 30 Sep 2017

    When Day, a sunny fellow, encounters Night, a stranger of distinctly darker moods, sparks fly! Day and Night are suspicious of each other at first, and quickly get off on the wrong foot. But as they discover each other's unique qualities, the budding friendship helps them gain a new perspective. As with most Disney Pixar shorts, its simplicity disguises a wealth of invention.

  • Toy Story OF TERROR!
    Toy Story OF TERROR!

    Available until 21 Mar 2017

    Woody, Buzz and the rest of the Toy Story gang return in a spooky adventure that starts with a fun road trip... then turns into a nerve-jangling mystery when one of the toys goes missing at a roadside motel. Luckily there are plenty of heroes to lead the search party in an escapade that's chock-full of surprises and suspense. Toy Story regulars Tom Hanks (Woody), Tim Allen (Buzz), Joan Cusack (Jessie) and Timothy Dalton (Mr Pricklepants) are joined by Rocky legend Carl Weathers as the gang's gung-ho new recruit, Combat Carl.

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