Aliens In The Attic

Release Date: 04 June 2012 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Video game meets movie in this wacky science-fiction action film. When aliens from space invade the attic of a rented lake house, a boring summer holiday takes a turn for the unreal for six kids. Conflict abounds in the extended Pearson family, which includes Nana (Dora Roberts), two nerdy adult brothers (Kevin Nealon and Andy Richter), and their six children. Teenage cousins Tom (Carter Jenkins), an ex-math nerd, and Jake (Austin Robert Butler), a rebellious teen with lots of attitude, clash like oil and water, and Bethany (Ashley Tisdale) and her devious boyfriend, Ricky (Robert Hoffman), don't make the situation any easier. Add in three younger siblings and it looks like it's going to be a long vacation. When four aliens crash on the roof of the house in search of a secret weapon and world domination, things begin to get interesting. Armed with mind-control technology, the aliens are able to manipulate humans with a device that's remarkably similar to a video game controller. Unfortunately for the aliens, the technology works only on adults. Suddenly, the warring cousins and siblings realize they must join forces and rely on one another to save their parents, Nana, and the rest of the world. What ensues is an action-packed battle in which the kids try to outsmart the aliens with everything from fireworks to a remote-controlled Barbie car and a paintball gun. When the kids get hold of the aliens' controllers, hilarity reins as they make Ricky and Nana do everything from slap themselves to fight as only an accomplished Kung-Fu Grandma can. The action is funny and the kids get fairly creative, but the movie is really just a farce that's full of silly humour, the occasional glimpse of heart, and a somewhat buried message that it's OK to be smart. Aliens in the Attic is kind of like watching someone else play a good video game; the plot is fairly entertaining and the action is fun, but the experience just isn't as stimulating as when you're the one behind the controller.--Tami Horiuchi, Amazon.com

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Comic fantasy adventure for the family. When the Pearson family goes to stay in a holiday house in rural Maine, the children discover to their surprise that the house is already occupied - by an alien. Before they know it they are under attack from an army of knee-high alien invaders with world-destroying ambitions. Can they save their parents and the rest of the world from annihilation before bedtime?
Release Date: 04 June 2012
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance

Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 82 minutes
Production Year: 2009
Main Language: English

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