Here’s why you need to see Checkered Ninja this month

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Sponsored: This movie is a box office record-breaking animation film, and you need to go and see it at Cinemacity…

If you’re looking for something new to watch at the cinema, you may want to consider Checkered Ninja – the box office record-breaking animation film releasing in cinemas this June.

Based on the best-selling novel by Danish author, Anders Matthesen, the Checkered Ninja follows the story of a sweet and clever boy named Aske, who is unfortunately bullied at school.

On his birthday he ends up receiving a toy – a doll – from his Uncle Stewart. While the ninja doll looks completely harmless – think button-eyed (literally) and small – unfortunately, it isn’t. The doll is alive and can walk and talk, and has some serious ninja skills.

It also has a traumatic past, one that Aske isn’t aware of just yet.

The audience is given a glance of the doll’s unique abilities in the very first scene of the movie during a murder scene that involved the death of a poor child factory worker. The cold-blooded murder causes the doll to gets possessed by a betrayed 500-year-old vengeful spirit. Rage fills its heart and he takes it upon himself to seek justice for the child factory worker that was killed.

 

Once in the hands of teenage Aske, the little checkered ninja starts off by helping him tackle his bullies and get the attention of his crush, who happens to be the most popular girl in school.

While far from the usual ninja-style flick, the movie filled with positive infused messages, courage, character development, topped off with comedic moments that both adults and older children can enjoy.

You can catch this record-breaking animation film at cinemas across Dubai, including at Cinemacity locations in Dubai and Sharjah. For a premium cinema experience, book tickets at Cinemacity Star, the luxury cinema experience complete with reclining leather chairs and in-movie dining.

Standard ticket price will cost you Dhs36.75 per person and the Checkered Ninja releases on Thursday, June 27, 2019. Book your tickets here.

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