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New Movies in Theatres for the Holiday

  • Puss in Boots | Nov. 4 | PG 1 of 10
    Puss in Boots | Nov. 4 | PG
    Long before his meeting with our favorite ogre, Shrek, Puss in Boots (Antonio Banderas) went on an adventure to save the world — with help from his friends Humpty Alexander Dumpty (Zach Galifianakis) and Kitty Softballs (Salma Hayek). Never has a cat looked so good in heeled boots …
  • Jack and Jill | Nov. 11 | PG 2 of 10
    Jack and Jill | Nov. 11 | PG
    When outspoken New Yorker Jill (Adam Sandler … yes, you read that right) visits her twin brother, Jack (Adam Sandler), and his family in LA for the holidays, hilarity ensues. This cross-dressing comedy is sure to leave you and your kids crying with laughter.
  • Happy Feet Two | Nov. 18 | not yet rated 3 of 10
    Happy Feet Two | Nov. 18 | not yet rated
    The rapping, dancing penguins are back at it — and this time, they’re recruiting the help of their Antarctic friends (from tiny krill to giant elephant seals) to help save their home. If your kid loves to break it down, this is their kind of dance flick.
  • Hugo | Nov. 23 | not yet rated 4 of 10
    Hugo | Nov. 23 | not yet rated
    Put on your 3-D glasses for this cinematic take on Brian Selznick’s The Invention of Hugo Cabret. Though it may not seem like robots and 1930s Paris mix well, you’ll be captivated by this fantastical story, a must-see for any mischievous kid who loves a good mystery.
  • The Muppets | Nov. 23 | PG 5 of 10
    The Muppets | Nov. 23 | PG
    Miss Piggy, Kermit, and the rest of the fuzzy pack return to the big screen (after 12 years!) to save their old theatre from a greedy oil tycoon. Chock-full of hysterical antics, this movie will be a hit with tots of all ages — let’s just hope your tots don’t try to reenact Fozzie Bear’s infamous “farting shoes”!
  • Arthur Christmas | Nov. 23 | PG 6 of 10
    Arthur Christmas | Nov. 23 | PG
    Santa’s eccentric son Arthur stars in this zany Christmas flick that will answer every kid’s ultimate question: How does Santa deliver all of those toys in one night? The perfect film to get your kiddies in the Christmas spirit!
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip Wrecked | Dec. 16 | not yet rated 7 of 10
    Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip Wrecked | Dec. 16 | not yet rated
    Alvin and his critter pals are once again up to no good when they accidentally go overboard off a cruise ship and end up marooned in a tropical paradise. A Chipette rendition of Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” is enough to make us hit the theatre.
  • The Adventures of Tintin | Dec. 21 | not yet rated 8 of 10
    The Adventures of Tintin | Dec. 21 | not yet rated
    Is your kid the next Nancy Drew? If so, they’ll love this live-action adventure film that follows the daring hijinks of young reporter, Tintin, bringing famous series The Advenutres of Tintin to life.
  • We Bought a Zoo | Dec. 23 | not yet rated 9 of 10
    We Bought a Zoo | Dec. 23 | not yet rated
    Don’t be surprised if your tots beg you for a zoo this Christmas (or at least a pet zebra!) after seeing this heartfelt film — based on a true story — about a single dad (Matt Damon) who moves his family to the country and tries to re-open a struggling zoo.
  • Joyful Noise | Jan. 13 | not yet rated 10 of 10
    Joyful Noise | Jan. 13 | not yet rated
    The story of an unlikely pair (Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah) who work together to save their small-town gospel choir. This is the perfect film to teach your kids the value of finding friendships in the most unlikely places.
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