Aliens in the Attic (2009)
Aliens in the Attic (2009)
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as Tom Pearson
as Jake Pearson
as Bethany Pearson
as Hannah Pearson
as Art Pearson
as Lee Pearson
as Nana Rose Pearson
as Ricky Dillman
as Stuart Pearson
as Nina Pearson
as Uncle Nathan Pearson
as Sheriff Doug Armstrong
as Annie Filkins
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Critic Reviews for Aliens in the Attic
Fleeting charms are largely outweighed by an unexceptional script, a brace of shabby performances (from both kids and adults) and some dismal CG effects.
Jenkins is a bit too McDreamy to play the geeky underdog, and adult viewers will be nostalgic for the chubby, bucktoothed and truly dorky cast of The Goonies.
Basically a tweener cable movie on steroids, with a bigger budget and a larger cast of B-list character actors.
It appears designed for families who never leave the mall.
A forgettable bit of fluff that will zip out of your orbit as soon as the credits roll.
Audience Reviews for Aliens in the Attic
On a family vacation the kids discover there are aliens who want to take over the world.
A simple, easy to watch film with some good comedy moments that will enthral children, but nothing for the adult viewer.
Art Pearson: This isn't Xbox, Lee. It's real! - Like Wii! "They came from upstairs." Just a piss poor attempt at a family sci-fi film. Aliens in the Attic is beyond childish, it is to the point where kids will be making fun of how stupid it is. The whole movie is a bunch of talentless child to teenage actors running around fighting small, poorly imagined aliens, while the parents(who are to stupid to notice the aliens) go about their normal lives. A family goes away for a summer vacation. While there, the kids discover that some midget aliens are arriving and looking for something buried under the house. The kids must stop them all by themselves because the aliens have technology that only works on adults. The film doesn't sound as bad as it is. In actuality, it is a pretty boring and lifeless movie when it comes to these types of stories. Then there's all the horrible, cliche one liners and obvious plot choices that just make the movie repetitive and uninspired. Bad effects and bad acting just add to the misery of sitting through this godawful attempt at family fun. If you are looking for a film to watch with the entire family, look elsewhere because this will be pure torture for anyone over the age of 8.
Aliens in the Attic Quotes
|Stuart Pearson:||If you're smart enough to hack into the school's computer, you're smart enough to pass math.|
|Tom Pearson:||You told my dad YOU'D fix it.|
|Ricky Dillman:||I told your dad a lot of things. Like, my car broke down, my parents own a lakehouse, I'm 18.|
|Tom Pearson:||You're not a senior?|
|Ricky Dillman:||Not in high school.|
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