Hit Disney film Frozen was just one of the films shown at this year's Maidenhead at the Movies which was hailed a 'fantastic' event.
The movie marathon has run since 2008 - apart from a break in 2012 to stream live coverage of the London Olympics - and included fairground rides and snacks for people to enjoy.
Films shown on Friday included The Lion King, Monsters University, The Lego Movie, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
On Saturday, the viewing schedule included The Croods, Frozen, Iron Man and Hairspray, and the event was rounded off yesterday with showings of Despicable Me 2, Breakfast At Tiffany's, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India, and Forrest Gump.
Enjoying the film Frozen with son Matthew and nephew and niece Fred and Sylvie, all six, Rebecca Lamb, 45, of Clewer Hill Road, Windsor, said: "It's nice to be outdoors and it's nice to be able to come out with the kids and enjoy a film.
"It's a safe environment and if the kids get fed up with the film they can play in the park."
Kerrie Wilson, 29, partner Chris Underwood and their children Ryan, four, and Ellie-Marie, seven months, were also enjoying the films.
Iver resident Kerrie said: "I think it's fantastic the way it has been put on for the children.
"It's good to see people sitting down, relaxing in a really nice atmosphere."
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