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Upcoming Wholesome Movies For All Ages

By InCinemas  /  12 Jul 2018 (Thursday)

Hello there, boys and girls! Here's a list of upcoming movies for the next 2 months that are suitable for kids and the young-at-heart. From superheroes (erm, sidekicks to be precise), to loveable creatures (actually, monsters to be exact), to cuddly talking stuffed animals, all of these movies are guaranteed to delivers great laughs and lift your mood regardless of your age.
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Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation   (Now showing)
More family fun and adventure awaits Dracula’s family and their monster friends as they embark on a vacation cruise. Expect ‘monsterfied’ excursions like snorkeling around an underwater volcano, meeting a giant whale, and visiting a singing Kraken in Atlantis – just to name a few sure-to-be hilarious escapades.

Disney’s Christopher Robin   (Opens 2 August) 
Classic animated characters come to life in this live action movie from Walt Disney Pictures. Winnie the Pooh’s best pal, Christopher Robin, is all grown up and living in London. His childhood playmates, Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger and the whole crew decide to leave the Hundred Acre Wood and venture out to the world outside to visit him. Expect a charming and emotional story about friendship and appreciating the simple pleasures in life.

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies   (Opens 30 August)
Featuring superhero sidekicks Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Beast Boy, and Starfire in their first feature movie from Cartoon Network. The plot follows the sidekicks as they go to Hollywood to thwart the villainous Slade, who is on a mission of world domination. Expect huge laughs from jokes poking fun at traditional superhero genres. This one looks like it could be one of the year’s most fun and funniest superhero movie!

Smallfoot   (Opens 27 September)
Billed as an “animated adventure for all ages”, this animated movie has a clever premise where a young Yeti (voiced by Channing Tatum) goes on a quest to discover if humans (or a Smallfoot, as the Yetis say) really exist. Talk about taking a myth upside down!

Image credit: Walt Disney Pictures, Sony Pictures

(All release dates are for Singapore, and is subject to change)

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