Above from left Janelle Mukiza, Zane Blount Ronan, Jamie Green, Anais Bakala  and Kyle Moloney

Stop that.

This afternoon.

ODEON Charleston, Dublin 2

Cosplaying tykes dressed as this summer’s biggest movie characters as ODEON Cinemas launch their summer season of family films.

To wit:

ODEON Cinemas have brilliant family ticket deals available in all eleven ODEON cinemas nationwide (Dublin (Blanchardstown, Charlestown, Coolock, Point Square, Stillorgan), Cavan, Limerick, Naas, Newbridge, Portlaoise and Waterford).

ODEON’s offers include, Grown Ups Pay Kids’ Prices with the family ticket (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children*) and for the older kids in the family ODEON has its teen ticket price, which means the whole family is covered!

We have ONE family pass to give away to a Broadsheet reader!

To enter, Just name the movie characters in the photo above (from left) AND list their Summer 2019 releases.

Lines MUST close with first correct entry.

ODEON

Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

20 thoughts on “Reel Gone Kids

      1. Brother Barnabas

        in fairness, millie, you made up half of them in the hope nobody would notice

        that’s what I do – works fine in regular life, not for competitions

        bodger’s no chump

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        1. eoin

          Wait, what, Millicent made them up? I assumed she was down with this sort of thing but just couldn’t tell left from right, the one on the left is pink and obviously the pig.

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  1. Toe Up

    Dora the Explorer from Dora and the Lost City of Gold
    Woody the Cowboy from Toy Story 4
    Terrence from The Angry Birds Movie 2
    Spiderman from Spiderman Far From Home
    Simba from The Lion King

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  2. Toe Up

    Edit option is not working, so here’s another try:

    Dora the Explorer from Dora and the Lost City of Gold
    Woody the Cowboy from Toy Story 4
    Red from The Angry Birds Movie 2 (Red is the name on IMDB, but Terrence is a name that was on the Angry Birds wiki)
    Spiderman from Spiderman Far From Home
    Simba from The Lion King

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  3. Cian

    Factoid for today.

    The word “explorer” in Spanish is either “explorador”(masculine) or “exploradora” (feminine).

    Hence “Dora the Exp”…. where’s everyone gone? hello?

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    1. Slightly Bemused

      My daughter loved that as a kid, and ended up being so fluent in Spanish her teacher thought she was a native speaker. She explained that little titbit to me when she was about 6. I mean, 6! At 6 I barely knew anything. Not much has changed, either.

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  4. Slightly Bemused

    Which photo we using? As the order is different in each, could be a tie breaker :)

    I got all but Simba – never thought of that. Good thing I don’t have a family to be disappointed I did not get the pass :)

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