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Don't bother

By avenger2102
Written March 07, 2015
Saw this in 3D - took my grandchildren. The graphics were good and entertaining - but the plot and dialogue were nothing more than typical political correctness: global warming, military generals as evil, etc. Why can't Hollywood keep their politics to themselves and just entertain. Who cares what they think?
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Escape From PlanetEarth

By Gabriel_Guardian_Angel
Written October 09, 2015
This is a fantastic film for the whole family. It shows how families operate, sometimes disagree but in the long run stick together through thick and thin! We loved and I recommend it highly!
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Nice Family Movie

By NikkiGuess
Written August 29, 2014
If your goal is to keep them entertained the kids liked this movie. The story was child appropriate with some grown up appeal. It was nice family movie.
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Make it a Matinee

By Tiegsgirl
Written February 10, 2016
Seeing that this is a March Animated release, you should be expecting a mediocre movie. This is exactly that. It was slow at points, lacked witty banter, and Brenden Fraser what as pompous as voice over as he in real life. The story has a cute premise, but dragged in several places. There is no bad language, no sexual innuendo's, but the aliens do kiss at the end. (if you care about that) My two boys liked it, but they both agreed that "other alien movies" were much better. This is a movie for a matinee or wait for DVD. Or even wait longer to watch it free on TV.
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escape to planet earth

By flickergrand
Written November 25, 2015
This is a brainless film, almost entirely lacking in imagination, It's so derivative but without adding anything to its sources. The adult wisecracking over the heads of kids is lame, stale and predictable. Everything about this film is formulaic. And the endless violence is offensive, since this film is being marketed to young children. The family relationships are shallow. The humiliation between silblings, while "resolved" at the end, falls short of any true emotional understanding. As grandparents, we have seen many children's films with our grandkids. Our 8-year old granddaughter said she "liked" the film, but she said not a word about it afterwards, a sure sign that it meant nothing to her. The creative team at Dreamworks has done, and I'm sure can do, better.
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