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Escape from planet Earth

By heidi9005
Written February 19, 2013
It was your typical good guys vs. bad guys movie. Which I am not a very big fan of, all cartoon movies seem to be like this. There were some funny parts and the some of the graphics were impressive. I think it was okay. My seven old said 'it was good, kind...little too much drama'.
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Cool movie, keeps you interested!

By Just_DBJ
Written February 20, 2013
Obviously great for kids, but very interesting and funny for the adults. It's funny how different age groups experience something else when watching the same film. All good things in this little movie though. :D
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Not bad

By trillian_k
Written August 22, 2014
This movie wasn't spectacular but still enjoyable. My 4 year old was asking me when it would be over about 30 min before the end. My 5 year old seemed to enjoy it enough. The 2 10 yo boys I took loved it. Probably best for 7-12 year olds.
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Escape Fom Planet Earth

By chromehero
Written August 27, 2014
Overall good 'kid-flick' without insulting the intelligence. Good fun, and good to hear some familiar voices. Includes a recognition of some of us 'old-timers' by having a nod to the Beatles. Clean, funny, tried-and-true plot with a new twist. Might be worth saving the theatre money and simply buying it when it comes out.
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Escape from Planet Earth

By evansdottie2
Written February 17, 2013
Took my 8 year old grandson to see it. We both really like the movie. Good action. Kept his attention which is not easy to do. Afterwards, we talked about the "moral of the story". Amazingly, he got it!. Family sticks by family even when we do not always see eye to eye. We need each other's love and support. His insight: It is like when my sister and I fight, but we still really love each other even if we say we don't. Great movie to spark discussion of feelings, competition, etc. between siblings. Love should always win over "me, my and I".
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