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

bertha

Well-known 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

Guest
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

Well-known Member
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:
 

bertha

Well-known Member
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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