The February half term is just around the corner, and this year there's a plethora of big screen treats to enjoy with the whole family.
So we've done the hard work for you and rounded up eight essential half term movies showing in your Cineworld.
1. The LEGO Movie 2 (on release now)
Everything is awesome (again) in Phil Lord and Chris Miller's follow-up to the brilliantly witty The LEGO Movie. Promising more of the eye-popping animation and brilliant vocal work from star Chris Pratt, this is an animated adventure not to be missed.
2. Alita: Battle Angel (on release now)
If you're looking for a big-screen family experience that skews slightly older, opt for this visually extravagant manga adaptation. Avatar's James Cameron teams with Sin City's Robert Rodriguez for the story of a cyborg in pursuit of her own memories.
3. How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (on release now)
The adventures of Viking Hiccup and dragon best friend Toothless reach their spectacular conclusion in the third and reportedly final How to Train Your Dragon movie. Expect stunning animation and more than a few tears as we bid farewell to one of the greatest duos in recent movie history.
4. Instant Family (released Thursday 14th February)
Animation and fantasy not your bag? Here's something a bit more down to Earth and recognisable: a funny and poignant story of adoption with winning performances from Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne.
5. The Kid Who Would Be King (released Friday 15th February)
Eight years after his acclaimed debut movie Attack the Block, Joe Cornish returns with this wide-eyed, heartfelt spin on King Arthur and his loyal knights. Louis Ashbourne Serkis (son of Andy) is the schoolboy who must rally a group of pre-teen warriors to battle ancient evil.
6. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Still on release in Cineworld: this wondrously beautiful and very funny take on Spider-Man lore, the first animated Spidey movie in the history of the franchise. Grouping several Spider-Man characters together, it may be difficult choosing your favourite...
7. Mary Poppins Returns
There's still time to catch Disney's delightful Mary Poppins sequel on the big screen. Golden Globe nominee Emily Blunt is a more than worthy successor to Julie Andrews in this irresistibly nostalgic follow-up to the 1964 family classic.
Can't wait for the release of Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame? You can still immerse yourselves in DC's underwater spectacular, in which Jason Momoa's brawny Atlantean heroine takes centre stage.
What's on your must-see list this half term? Let us know @Cineworld.