BRITAIN’S favourite film dads are a male dressed as a lady and a faceless megalomanic in black, a investigate has revealed.
Film fans voted Mrs Doubtfire, played by Robin Williams as No1 shade father-figure, followed by Star Wars knave Darth Vader and comfortless animation lion Mufasa from The Lion King. And No4 is a lethal and dangerous Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) in Taken, who famously tells his daughter’s kidnappers: “I will find we and we will kill you.”
The consult of 200 adults, consecrated by DiscoverLSQ, found Brits clearly cite a some-more argumentative and outlandish father in a film, compared to a some-more loveable and endearing father figure such as George Banks fromFather of a Bride , or Marlin a Clownfish from Finding Nemo.
When it comes to sitting down as a family to watch a film, a adore for a wizarding universe binds no bounds for Muggles, as Harry Potter was voted a nation’s favourite film authorization for families to watch together, followed by The Marvel Universe authorization and Toy Story.
DiscoverLSQ, a organisation of businesses in London’s Leicester Square, will horde a special screening of Harry Potter and a Philosopher’s Stone during Cineworld in Leicester Square, on Saturday 15th Jun to applaud Father’s Day,
Yet, over a third (34%) of Brits acknowledge to never examination a film with their Dad as an adult, with a 11% that do usually selecting to do so on a special occasion, with possibly a comedy or thriller (19%) being a elite genre, over a low-pitched (5%) or regretful film (7%).
This comes as a sheer contrariety to Brits fondest childhood memories. Almost a third (30%) of Brits remember examination films during home with their dad, while over a entertain (26%) remember going to a cinema as a child with their dad, revelation this as being one of their warmest childhood memories.
Mark Williams from DiscoverLSQ said: “Taking a outing to a cinema is a good approach to spend peculiarity time as a family and there is no improved end than Leicester Square, a UK’s “Home of Film”, to watch film classics on a large screen.
Mrs Doubtfire 26%
Darth Vader (Star Wars) 22%
Mufasa (The Lion King) 20%
Bryan Mills (Taken) 17%
Marlin a Clownfish (Finding Nemo) 15%
Mr Incredible (The Incredibles) 14%
Jack Byrnes (Meet The Parents) 14%
Jim’s Dad (American Pie) 14%
George Banks (Father of a Bride) 13%
Chris Gardener (The Pursuit of Happyness) 10%
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“We are anxious to benefaction a special screening of Harry Potter and a Philosopher’s Stone during Cineworld, Leicester Square this Father’s Day weekend and with other activities, such as Crystal Maze Live, there unequivocally is something for all of a family to suffer in a area.”
The special screening of Harry Potter and a Philosopher’s Stone, that has not been on a large shade given 2001, that will be holding place during Cineworld on a Saturday morning before Father’s Day in Leicester Square is giveaway for all a family to attend, with tickets on a initial come, initial served basis. To register for a chair and for some-more information conduct to here.
Harry Potter 22%
The Marvel Universe 17%
Toy Story 15%
Die Hard 15%
Jurassic Park 13%