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Giveaway: Win a 'Shaun the Sheep Movie' Prize Pack

Giveaway: Win a 'Shaun the Sheep Movie' Prize Pack
Arriving in theaters this week is Lionsgate's Shaun the Sheep, the latest animated movie from Aardman Animation. To help celebrate this release, we have a contest lined up where fans can win a prize pack that includes a $50 Fandango gift card, so you can see Shaun the Sheep with your friends this weekend. The prize pack also includes children and adult t-shirts, a headband, a book and the Shaun the Sheep soundtrack.

When Shaun decides to take the day off and have some fun, he gets a little more action than he bargained for. A mix up with the Farmer, a caravan, and a very steep hill lead them all to the Big City and it's up to Shaun and the flock to return everyone safely to the green grass of home. The voice cast includes Justin Fletcher as Shaun and Timmy, John Sparkes as The Farmer and Bitzer, Omid Djalili as Trumper,
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Moshi Monsters: The Movie Review

Director: Wip Vernooij, Morgan Francis.

Starring: Phillipa Alexander, Emma Tate, Steve Cleverley, Rajesh David.

Certificate: U.

Running Time: 81 minutes.

Synopsis: Join Katsuma, Poppet, Mr. Snoodle, and the other Moshi Monters in an action-packed, song-filled race against time! Together they must stop evil Dr. Strangeglove and his incompetent Glump sidekick Fishlips from pulverising the recently discovered Great Moshling Egg.

Going into Moshi Monsters: The Movie, the only thing I could tell you about these colourful little critters was that they were based on a toy line. With my four year-old child sadly having already seen everything suitable for her age range, punishment doesn’t come close for parents hoping this film will keep their children happy for a couple of hours before Santa’s arrival

The soulless, sugar-coated animation and musical numbers most definitely had her captivated as she danced down the aisles, but anyone above the age of eight and
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American Hustle, Anchorman 2, The Harry Hill Movie: new films released over Christmas

American Hustle | Anchorman 2 | The Harry Hill Movie | Walking With Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie | Moshi Monsters: The Movie | The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty | All Is Lost

American Hustle (15)

(David O Russell, 2013, Us) Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Jennifer Lawrence. 138 mins

Big, brassy and outrageously coiffured, this crazed 70s crime epic leads you into a maze, then keeps you wondering if it knows the way out. Things starts out small, with Bale and Adams's petty con duo turned by Cooper's ambitious Fed, but stakes escalate, allegiances complicate, and deceptions multiply deliriously, carried along by lovably flawed characters and a manic energy.

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (15)

(Adam McKay, 2013, Us) Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd. 119 mins

The hype is over, as Ferrell reunites his news team and drags them into New York, the 80s and the 24-hour era. But this sequel's absurdity, cameo-fuelled mayhem and mild
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Film Review: ‘Moshi Monsters: The Movie’

Film Review: ‘Moshi Monsters: The Movie’
For a global entertainment franchise with more than 80 million subscribers, the Moshi Monsters phenomenon has thus far remained rather an insulated one. Sitting roughly where Tamagotchi and Pokemon collide — and targeted at kids born long after those ’90s fads ran their course — this online gaming craze hasn’t attained their degree of pop-cultural crossover. Smartly, then, the titular critters’ first film outing doesn’t limit its appeal to Moshi-mad tykes and their defeated parents: After establishing the tenuous rules of its story universe with broad efficiency, “Moshi Monsters: The Movie” welcomes new converts with an effective combination of seizure-inducing color and insidiously catchy songs. Oddly hypnotic results could ensure a very Moshi Christmas indeed for distributor Universal when the pic opens in Blighty on Dec. 20, though holiday competition is formidable. International prospects are neon-bright.

Created by British-based company Mind Candy and launched in 2007, “Moshi Monsters” was conceived as an elaborately
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