Films to see this weekend in Kent with the family

by Lauren Abbott

If you're looking for a relaxing start to the new year why not sit back and enjoy a film.

A bumper delivery of blockbusters have been arriving in Kent cinemas.

We've rounded up some of the films you might want to catch with the kids - from the toddlers to the teens - this weekend:

Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry/Aquaman. Picture credit: PA Photo/Warner Bros.
Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry/Aquaman. Picture credit: PA Photo/Warner Bros.

Aquaman, 12A

Arthur Curry is Aquaman and heir to the throne of the underwater city of Atlantis.

As half-human, half-Atlantean he is caught between a world on the surface and an underwater kingdom but he's about to face up to the hero he's destined to be.

Jason Momoa stars as ‘Aquaman’ the latest DC Comics superhero to be brought to life, alongside Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson and Willem Dafoe in this epic superhero adventure which was released on December 14.

Spide-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Spide-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse, PG

Head into the Spider-Verse where more than one person can wear the mask of Spider-man. Teenage student Miles Morales is the latest to take on the superhero persona after he is bitten by a radioactive spider.

The Brooklyn teen meets other spider people from parallel universes.

The film, which was released on December 12 is sure to appeal to Spidey fans everywhere, young and old in this new exciting animated adventure.

Mary Poppins Returns
Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Poppins Returns, U

Rediscover some magic this Christmas with everyone's favourite nanny.

Jane and Michael have now grown-up but they're in need of some help once again so in flies Mary Poppins, this time played by British actress Emily Blunt.

The long-awaited sequel to the original starring Julie Andrews is released on Friday, December 21 and even features a cameo role by original cockney chimney sweep Dick Van Dyke.

To learn more about the film, for reviews, and Kent showings, please click here.

Ralph Breaks The Internet. Photo courtesy of PA Photo/Disney.
Ralph Breaks The Internet. Photo courtesy of PA Photo/Disney.

Ralph Breaks The Internet, PG

It's the sequel to the smash-hit original Wreck-It Ralph.

Follow Ralph and his now friend and gamer Vanellope von Schweetz in their latest adventure.

After their arcade game is found to be connected to the world wide web it leads them into a comical new adventures.

Bumblebee from Paramount Pictures
Bumblebee from Paramount Pictures

Bumblebee, PG

The science fiction action film is based on the transformer character of the same name and is set for general release at Christmas.

It's 1987 and a young teenage girl called Charlie Watson, traumatised by the death of her father and upset with her mother for a new relationship, finds an old, battered and rusty Beetle in a junkyard.

She soon learns that its secretly a Transformer and she befriends the battle-worn and damaged robot as they set out on a thrilling adventure together neither could have predicted.

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