All the family will enjoy this fun filled 3-D animation.
If you’re looking for a cinematic treat for all the family this weekend, then look no further than The House of Magic. This fun filled 3-D adventure promises to entertain young and old with its stunning visual effects and exciting cast of characters. Plus it might just contain the cutest movie kitten ever!
Thunder, your new favourite screen kitten
Meet Thunder, a wide eyed ginger kitten who finds himself without a home after being abandoned by his family. After dodging scary dogs and even less pleasant weather, Thunder happens upon a mysterious house owned by an ageing magician. After being offered shelter, soon Thunder becomes part of the magician’s wacky family which also features a grouchy rabbit and his sidekick mouse. But Thunder’s new found family home soon becomes under threat after the magician falls ill and his greedy nephew comes to take the house, leaving it up to the cute kitten to save the day.
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When Thunder is abandoned into the street by his owner as a kitten during a house move, he finds himself in the home of an eccentric aged magician named Lawrence and his family of friendly mechanical toys on a stormy night which gives him his name. Lawrence takes him on tour performing at parties but it soon becomes clear that he's much more popular than the magician's old pet rabbit, Jack - a fact that doesn't sit well with either Jack or the magician's mouse Maggie. However, the furry team must unite for the sake of Lawrence when trouble arises in the form of his nefarious nephew, who is attempting to sell the large house while Lawrence is away at hospital. Thunder and his new friends decide to try and convince him that the house is actually haunted, with Thunder at the forefront of the ploy. The question is, do Lawrence's unusual family have it in them to save his livelihood?
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Ben Stassen and Directors Guild Of America Sunday 3rd August 2008 The Los Angeles premiere of 'Fly me to the Moon' at the Directors Guild of America in West Hollywood - Arrivals Los Angeles, California