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what to take the kids to.that won't be too painful for me?

bertha

Active Member
It's easter and it's time to do some dad stuff..the kids are at me this morning (7am!) to take them to the cinema..out of a choice of

Agent Cody Banks 2 (haven't seen the first one)
Scooby Doo 2 (haven't seen the first one either)
or
Looney Tunes Back in Action

what one do you reckon will I be able to survive the easiest & which one would the kids most like..boy & girl ages 10/7, many thanks


Berth:boring:
 
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FoxyMulder

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I reckon they would most like Scooby Doo 2 as reviews suggest its aimed more towards youngsters than the first one was, i also reckon you will die a slow painful death sitting through that film but its ur choice :)

Tip for you, put the film title you want to see into your web browser and after it add reviews, for example Scooby Doo 2 reviews ur find lots of interesting stuff on any film you want appear.
 

bertha

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cheers...just checking out rotten tomatoes reviews just now...it's not looking good...looney tunes is getting the best review but I can pick that up on dvd for cheaper than a trip to the cinema...oh the agony....


berth:rolleyes:
 

Hawklord

Well-known Member
Try finding a cinema thats still showing Spirited away. That'll keep the kids happy and YOU too:)
 

bertha

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well...went for the 10 o clock showing of Scooby Doo 2..out of 10 I'd give it 3 maybe 4 - the kids seemed to enjoy it though...

Thanks for the other suggestions..I have the wonderful Spirited Away on dvd & School of Rock which is excellent too but I don't think I could live with myself if I took them to Cody Banks..

Thanks all & have a good Easter


Berth:smoke:
 

grease monkey

Novice Member
Originally posted by FoxyMulder
I reckon they would most like Scooby Doo 2 as reviews suggest its aimed more towards youngsters than the first one was, i also reckon you will die a slow painful death sitting through that film but its ur choice :)

Ever so slow and ever so painful:thumbsdow
 

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