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When his daughter Kim (Maggie Grace) is kidnapped while in Paris, her dad - the retired-but-still-ruthless CIA veteran, Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) - now has to unleash his particular set of skills. By now you probably know the score: he will find the kidnappers and he will kill them.
Finding someone who hasn’t heard 'that' phone speech… good luck...
Even with all the odds stacked up against him, Chris Gardner (Will Smith) dreams of a better life for his son Christopher (Jaden Smith), and he makes it happen.
The real-life Chris Gardner says that his greatest accomplishment in life isn’t financial - it’s breaking the cycle of child abandonment in his family, a true rags-to-riches story that will live on through the years.
He may not be the bravest, nor the wisest clownfish in the sea, but Marlin (Albert Brooks) is a great role model for parents everywhere - not just the realms of Disney Pixar.
His deep love for his son helps him overcome his fears, not only to save Nemo from danger, but to become the father he needs him to be.
Marlin shows us: you don't have to be the perfect parent to start with, but 'just keep swimming' and you'll find your way there.
It takes steady shoulders to build an organised crime empire, but even steadier footing to raise a family and impart them with the right values. Look no further than the Godfather, the Don, Capo dei capi himself: Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando).
Always seeking what’s best for his family, Don Vito strives to elevate the Corleone name out of it’s criminal past and into a legitimate future for his children - especially for Michael (Al Pacino) who he elects to lead the family when the time comes.
Mob business aside, learning from his past and working to give his family opportunities he never had is fine fatherhood to us. “Godfatherhood’, even...
While his time in the film is limited his presence shapes the whole film and lingers throughout. His ability to grow, accept and change is what makes him a great father. Fa Zhou holds his family close to his heart, close enough to know when to be strict, but also close enough to know what is best for them.
While his strength in body is faltered, he knows how to lift Mulan's spirits and that's where his true strength lies.
Why not give your film fanatic father a trip to the cinema?
While we may not be open this Father’s Day, there's a whole host of fantastic blockbuster films coming soon - including Christopher Nolan's latest sci-fi epic, Tenet.
We're readying our ODEON cinemas to reopen for you safely, so you and dad will soon be able to book a night of bonding to look forward to.
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