Kids Movies on DVD Late September - October 2008

Wall-E (Cert U) Disney’s annual summer release is the story of the last robot left on a rubbish strewn earth, who meets another robot EVE. Together they try to make the Earth habitable for humans again. With the voices of Ben Burtt, Paul Eiding and Jeff Garlin. Available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com

Prince Caspian (Cert PG) is the follow up to The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. Starring Ben Barnes as Caspian, it takes place 1200 years after the previous story, as the Pevensie children return to restore the throne of Narnia to its rightful owner. Available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.

Kung Fu Panda (Cert PG) features Jack Black as Po the Panda, a waiter in a noodle restaurant, who is a kung fu fanatic. Even though his shape doesn't exactly lend itself to kung fu fighting, he is named the ‘Chosen One’ and has to get in shape and become a proper kung fu fighter. Available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.

Mamma Mia (Cert PG). On the eve of her wedding, a young girl invites three men to the idyllic island on which she lives. Each is from her mother’s past and could help her to discover the identity of her father. Starring Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnon and Julie Walters. Available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.

Fred Claus (cert PG) Fred has always been in his brother’s shadow, and when he needs help, Santa Claus offers him a job – at the North Pole in his toyshop. Will Fred change his ways or will he wreck Christmas? Starring Vince Vaughn, Miranda Richardson, Kevin Spacey, Rachel Weisz and Kathy Bates. Available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.





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