Nanny Mcphee / Peter Pan / Jumanji / Thunderbirds

Release Date: 13 September 2010 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Collection of four children's fantasy features.

'Nanny McPhee' (2005) stars Emma Thompson, who also wrote the screenplay. Cedric Brown (Colin Firth) has recently lost his wife and is faced with the prospect of trying to raise his seven unruly children on his own. With the wild brood too much for most nannies, all of whom have quickly left his service, Cedric is one day commanded by a mysterious voice to hire the witch-like Nanny McPhee, who uses her magical powers to keep the children in line.

'Peter Pan' (2003) is a live-action adaptation of the classic children's novel by JM Barrie, starring Jeremy Sumpter as the boy who wouldn't grow up and Rachel Hurd-Wood as Wendy, the girl who is told she has to. Tinker Bell (Ludovine Sagnier), the Lost Boys, giant crocodiles and mermaids are all part of the scenery in Neverland, the magical place where the adventure against Captain Hook (Jason Isaacs) and his pirate crew takes place.

In 'Jumanji' (1995) young Judy (Kirsten Dunst) and Peter Shepherd (Bradley Pierce) discover a board game in their new house. But when they begin to play they release wild animals along with Alan Parrish (Robin Williams), a grown man who has been trapped inside the game since he was 12-years-old. Together they must seek out Alan's friend Sarah (Bonnie Hunt) and re-enter the game to win. In doing so they have to face elephants, lions, and the big game hunter Van Pelt (Jonathan Hyde).

Live-action, big-budget family blockbuster 'Thunderbirds' (2004) brings Gerry Anderson's cult classic TV series to the big screen. Directed by Jonathan Frakes, the film follows the intergalactic adventures of the Tracy family, headed by former astronaut Jeff Tracy (Bill Paxton), who lives with his five sons on Tracy Island, which also houses the headquarters of the top-secret International Rescue organisation. When villainous criminal 'The Hood' (Ben Kingsley) orchestrates an elaborate plan to remove Jeff and his four eldest sons from home temporarily, so that he can invade the island and attempt to steal some of the organisation's most valuable equipment, it is left to Jeff's youngest son Alan (Brady Corbet) to save the day.

Release Date: 13 September 2010
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance

Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital

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Catalogue No: 8279537