Our pick of the Top 12 Family Films that are worth seeing at the cinema in London this Christmas.
Throughout the Holidays
Puss in Boots (PG), showing at cinemas across London
Swashbuckling kitty from Shrek (Antonio Banderas) tops the box office.
Arthur Christmas (U), showing at cinemas across London
Animated comedy starring Santa’s younger bro.
Hugo 3D (PG), showing at cinemas across London
Acclaimed adventure tale from Martin Scorcese.
The Adventures of Tintin (PG), showing at cinemas across London
Smash hit adaptation of the boy hero, from Spielberg and Peter Jackson.
The Wizard of Oz (U) at Rio Cinema, Kingsland High St, Dalston E8
Follow Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion along that yellow brick road. 11am, adult £3/child £2 (Dec 24)
Double Bill: Home Alone (PG) and It’s a Wonderful Life (U) , showing at Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square, W1
A double helping of two Christmas crackers. 3.45pm & 6pm; single tickets £6.50/concs £4, double tickets £12/concs £7.50 (Dec 24 & 27)
White Christmas (U) at Charlotte St Hotel, W1
Enjoy 3-course lunch or afternoon tea, followed by Bing Crosby for £35. Part of the Firmdale Hotel Group’s Christmas film club screenings. 3.30pm, £35 per head (Dec 26)
Wall E (PG) at IMAX Cinema, Science Museum, Exhibition Rd, SW7
Robot romance in outer space. 3.50-5.40pm; adult £10/kid £8/family £20-£27 (Dec 27, 30-31)
The Muppet Christmas Carol (PG) at BFI Southbank, SE1
Kermit and the gang take on Michael Caine as Scrooge. 4pm, £6.50 (Dec 27 & 28)
The Nutcracker: New York City Ballet (U), showing at Westfield Stratford
See the Sugar Plum Fairy dazzle in HD. 2pm, adult £7.40/child £5.50 (Dec 27)
The Lion King 2D (PG) at BFI, Southbank, SE1
Muphasa and Simba in their original glory. 6.30pm, adult £9.50/child £6.50 (Dec 28)
For more film choices, check out our guide to Parent & Baby Cinema in London