Springfield’s Event Cinemas Has New Family-Friendly Movies Scheduled for Winter School Holidays

Springfield mums and dads, give your kids that well-deserved school holiday by taking them to the nearby Event Cinemas. Tickets for family-friendly entertainment are now available. Letting your kids watch their favourite flick on a paid widescreen, along with other kids, is an effective way to reward them for school efforts. Let them relax and laugh their heart out. There’s a line-up of five good movies perfect for the school holidays this year starting 15 June to 6 July. Check them out below.

Despicable Me 3 (15 June)

This third instalment to the hit “Despicable Me” movie franchise stars the voices of Steve Carell (as Gru), Kristen Wiig (Lucy, Gru’s wife), and Trey Parker (Balthazar Bratt, the villain). Follow the adventures of Gru and Lucy as they try anything to stop the world domination plans of Balthazar, a former 1980s child star.

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Cars 3 (22 June)

Starring the voices of Owen Wilson, Cristela Alonzo, Larry the Cable Guy, Bonnie Hunt, and Armie Hammer, Pixar and Walt Disney’s “Cars” is an animated story that focuses on the life of Lightning McQueen. In “Cars 3”, McQueen is set out to prove to a new generation fast cars that he’s still the one and only legendary racer in the world.

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (22 June)

The Heffley family is going on a road trip to attend a relative’s 90th birthday celebration. Witness Greg (played by Jason Drucker) as he hilariously schemes his way off the family trip just so he could get to a nearby video game convention.

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Transformers: The Last Knight (22 June)

The multi-awarded Transformers movie franchise is now on its fifth installment. “Transformers: The Last Knight” stars Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime), Mark Wahlberg (as Cade Yeager), Isabela Moner (Izabella), Josh Duhamel (Lt. Colonel William Lennox), Anthony Hopkins (Sir Edmund Burton, the English Lord), and Laura Haddock (Vivian Wembley, the Oxford professor). With Optimus Prime gone, it’s now up to the “unlikely alliance” of Cade, Bumblebee, Sir Edmund, and Vivian to save planet Earth. How are they going to do it when the key to everything lies hidden in history?

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Spider-Man: Homecoming (6 July)

Thrilled now that he’s no longer the same old friendly neighbourhood superhero, Peter Parker (a.k.a. Spider-Man, played by Tom Holland) returns home to live his normal daily life. He is now mentored by Tony Stark, the Avengers’ Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr). His boosted identity and increased fighting powers will be put to the test when the evil Vulture appears with a plan to destroy all that Spider-Man holds dear.

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Event Cinemas Springfield is located in 1 Main Street, Springfield Central. They’re open 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Buy your tickets now! Seats are limited but a few are still available. Special promos and discounted prices on select movies are also available for Cinebuzz members. For inquiries, tickets, and reservations, you may visit their website or call them on 07 3470 6600.

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