This year there are a whole host of great films coming out especially for kids, so FILMCLUB’s experts in film picked 10 of the very best, anticipated films coming to a cinema near you in 2011…
Tangled 3D (U) – Out 28 Jan
FILMCLUB likes its Disney heroines feisty and they don’t come much feistier than the Mandy Moore-voiced Rapunzel in this animated version of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale.
Nenette (TBC) – Out 4 Feb
Nenette is a 40-year-old orangutan and the oldest resident at the Paris Zoo. This brilliant documentary from the director of Etre Et Avoir gets inside the primates’ world like never before.
Rango (TBC) – Out 4 March
Johnny Depp voices a lizard in this visually impressive 3D animation set in the Mojave desert.
A Turtle’s Tale 3D (TB ) – Out 25 March
This animated tale of a turtle’s 50-year global journey also has a serious environmental message at its heart.
Mars Needs Mums (TBC) – Out 22 April
A little bit late for Mother’s Day, but this Disney sci-fi demonstrates both cutting edge animation technology and a healthy respect for the mums of the world.
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part II (12A) – Out 15 July
The last EVER Harry Potter. No, we really mean it this time.
Horrid Henry – The Movie (TBC) – Out 12 Aug
The second-most successful children’s book character (after Harry, of course) makes it on to the big screen in this live action adaptation
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of The Unicorn (TBC) – Out 26 Oct
Stephen Spielberg directs a cast crammed with British talent (Simon Pegg, Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell, Nick Frost, Daniel Mays…)
Arthur Christmas (3D) – Out 11 Nov
Aardman animation about the life of Santa’s son, Arthur.
Moomins And The Comet Chase (TBC) – Out TBC
Moomins fans young and old will treasure this latest cinema outing from the Finnish children’s book characters.
Combining beautiful felt stop motion figures with philosophical musings, this is an animation unlike any other.
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