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Escape from Planet Earth

By bigrush2007
Written May 04, 2015
I had a blast watching Escape from Planet Earth with my little girl it was very funny and fun
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Good for kids...

By babysydney
Written July 03, 2015
My 8 year olds enjoyed Escape From Planet Earth and actually so did I. It was cute, had a good storyline, not a lot of adult humor, and a good voice cast. We recommend it!
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Being Smart Isn't Cool

By ima_writing_nutt
Written September 19, 2014
This movie teaches kids that it is not cool to be smart or be a scientist. While the smart brother saves the day in the end, the constant degrading comments about being a nerd is what will stick with kids. This movie teaches kids that being a scientist is boring and means you're boring. They made comments toward Gary (the smart brother) that being smart meant he had no social life in high school and it was unbelievable that he was able to score a hot wife. In other words, being smart isn't cool. The comments "turn your brain off" and "thinking means doing nothing" made me livid. Science and smarts is what saves the day in the end, but does science and smarts get any glory? Almost none! This movie teaches kids that being smart and being a scientist isn't cool, which is a message that shouldn't be sent to our kids.
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Great for Kids & Grown-ups!

By dominguez73
Written January 28, 2015
Enjoyable for all ages. Parents, this is a great movie for little kids, but you'll also enjoy a lot the humor as well. Very touching story.
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Escape from Planet Earth

By evansdottie2
Written May 07, 2015
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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