Despicable Me 3


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The eponymous Gru, his adorable bug-eyed Minions and Dr Nefario are back! When we left them last Gru was working for the Anti-Villain League, and married to Lucy who happily became Edith, Margo and Agnes’s new mum. However, life after crime isn’t smooth sailing, and after failing to capture Balthazar Bratt, a former child star turned super villain, time and time again Gru and Lucy are unceremoniously fired by new AVL boss Valerie Da Vinci. While the two promise the girls they’ll get new, better jobs Gru’s mischievous Minions have other ideas, attempting to lure Gru back into the world of villainy. To everyone’s amazement Gru suddenly announces his immediate retirement from crime, instead travelling to far away Freedonia to meet his long lost twin brother Dru.

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Cars 3


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The legendary Lightning McQueen has a crisis of confidence when the No.1 race car stops winning all of his races! Now one of the oldest cars on the track, the once super speedy McQueen is left in firmly in the dust when faced with a new generation of ultra fast, impossibly high-tech, sleek, shiny cars. No longer in pole position, McQueen is lapped four times by Jackson Storm, a next-gen rookie and suffers a bad crash trying to beat him. However, help is at hand thanks to Cruz Ramirez, a female race technician who still believes Lightning has what it takes to win. Not to mention support from all of his old friends including Mater, Luigi, Guido, and Sally. With the Florida 500, the biggest race of the season looming could ex-racer the Fabulous Hudson Hornet have the answer Lightning McQueen’s been looking for?

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Spider-Man: Homecoming


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Fresh from his thrilling adventure with the Avengers, a group of handpicked super-heroes dedicated to saving the world from evil forces, the last thing Peter Parker wants to do is to return home to live with Aunt May. He tries to get back to normal, but the young Spider-Man is now anything but. After all, not every teen is being mentored by none other than Avengers founder CEO Tony Stark. Peter learns that juggling decathlon meets, classes, and fighting crime is much harder than it looks and still dreams of becoming a full fledged Avenger. Soon a new evil emerges, and Peter, still unsure of his abilities, will need to believe in his powers as Spider-Man like never before if he is to beat the mysterious Vulture.

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The Emoji Movie


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Despite being panned by the media, The Emoji Movie is still set to be a huge hit in the UK this summer. Did you know a whole world exists inside your smartphone? It’s called Textopolis, and it’s where every single emoji lives. One day whispers grow of a nameless fear which could, gulp, end up deleting the city of Textopolis and everyone in it forever! It’s down to Gene, a unique emoji with multiple expressions, when everyone else has just one, to somehow save his people. Gene desperately tries to find a way to become ‘normal’ all while travelling with his best friend Hi-5, and the notorious Jailbreak, who specialises in data, on an adventure through the other smartphone apps.

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