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Countdown to 2020 - here come the last blockbuster films of this decade

Check it out: your guide to the biggest films to watch at Vue this festive season.

Frozen 2

In 10 words: Most-loved film of the decade finally gets a sequel
Why the buzz? ARE YOU KIDDING? This picks up three years later as Elsa, Anna, Kristof and Olaf journey into the ancient woods to find out why Elsa was born with her powers. It features the super-spooky Swedish sound known as ‘kulning’ and new music.
Why you’ll go: Because you’ve been waiting for this for six years. Also to see more of Bruni, this little guy:
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Jumanji: The Next Level

In 10 words: Epic identity-swap jungle adventures inside a cursed game console
Why the buzz? It’s not just bigger, it’s weirder than before. Spencer has disappeared back into the videogame so his friends go in to rescue him - but his grumpy grandad and his hard-of-hearing mate get sucked in too, and all their avatars are mixed up.
Why you’ll go: An entire movie of Dwayne Johnson doing an impression of Danny DeVito? Shut up and take my money

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

In 10 words: Omg omg it’s the DEFINITIVE END OF THE SKYWALKER SAGA
Why the buzz? Because this is the end of a nine-movie epic story that started back in 1977 and has literally shaped two generations’ imaginations. Films don’t get any bigger - on top of which, there’s genuine mystery about the plot.
Why you’ll go: To answer the burning questions. Will Rey go to the dark side? Is Kylo the hero? Is the Empire back? How are we going to live without Star Wars as we know it?

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Cats

In 10 words: Multibillion-pound stage musical hits the big screen at last
Why the buzz? There’s never been anything like it. Big names like Judi Dench, Idris Elba and Ian McKellen transformed into cats (obviously) for a balletic romance set at ankle-height in London’s West End
Why you’ll go: To sing. With Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, Jason Derulo and some of the best-known songs in theatreland, how could you not?

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Little Women

In 10 words: Saoirse Ronan, Timothée Chalamet, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Meryl Streep!
Why the buzz? It’s Lady Bird director Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the much-loved novel and it’s already predicted to be a classic. Saorise Ronan’s being tipped to win an Oscar for it too.
Why you’ll go: A fresh take on a much-loved coming-of-age tale = the perfect Boxing Day treat.

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