Mother's Day Movies you can watch at Cineworld

All mums can feel special with a visit to Cineworld this Mother's Day. And don't forget about our Mother's Day Gift Box for Two – only £20, and the perfect Mother's Day present.

Sound good? Here are the movies we're screening to celebrate this special moment in the calendar.

Mamma Mia!

The landmark pop songs of Swedish super-group ABBA power this infectious musical blockbuster. Mamma Mia! is adapted from the hit stage musical of the same name, incorporating many of ABBA's biggest hits into its feel-good, Greek-set narrative. When Amanda Seyfried's young bride-to-be Sophie invites three men to her upcoming wedding, it's revealed to be a ruse so she can discover which of them is her biological father.

This spells disaster for Meryl Streep's Donna, Sophie's mother. who becomes paranoid that one of the men is the person with whom she had a one-night stand decades earlier. The prospective fathers are played by Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and Stellan Skarsgard. And the stage is set for a madcap yet heartfelt comedy in which there's no need to send out an SOS. Instead, you'll be saying Gimme Gimme Gimme as the blend of the all-star cast, luscious scenery and irresistible needle-drops wash over you.




Little Miss Sunshine

Steve Carell proved he was more than just a funny face in this affecting and hilarious road trip comedy about a uniquely dysfunctional ensemble. When Abigail Breslin's aspiring beauty queen Olive wins a place in the upcoming Little Miss Sunshine pageant, her fractious family must come together to offer their support. However, this isn't easy: smug father Richard (Greg Kinnear) is devoted to his self-help program, loving mother Cheryl (Toni Colette) is barely keeping it together, Olive's brother Dwayne (Paul Dano) has taken a vow of silence, Olive's uncle Frank (Carell) has become suicidally depressive and her caustic grandfather Edwin (Oscar-winner Alan Arkin) can't help but say the most inappropriate things at the worst times.

The stage is set for an irresistible blend of pathos and comedy as the family hits the road from New Mexico to Los Angeles in its signature yellow Volkswagen camper van. Each person appears to be fuelled by regret and yet motivated to go further by the possibility of redemption, making this one of the signature indie comedies of the 2000s.