Aliens In The Attic
Starring: Kevin Nealon, Robert Hoffman, Doris Roberts, Tim Meadows, Ashley Tisdale
Director: John Shultz
Synopsis: . Aliens in the Attic, co-scripted by one of the writers of Madagascar and the Academy Award-winning Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbits, is an adventure/comedy about kids on a family vacation who must fight off an attack by knee-high alien invaders with world-destroying ambitions—while the youngsters’ parents remain clueless about the battle. –© 20th Century Fox
Kate says – 2 1/2 stars This movie is not as bad as the previews make it look. It’s a pleasant way to spend a few hours with your kids and not be worried about inappropriate language or scenes. I took two 9 year old boys who laughed and giggled the whole way through the entire movie and quoted lines on the drive home. Since this movie is obviously intended for kids as the audience, I would say that’s a sign of success. For me the highlight of the movie is the physical comedy of Robert Hoffman and Doris Roberts, who get struck by an alien darts and are then controlled by video game controllers.
Enjoy your Coffee Break!
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