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on 22 July 2017
Really good movie.
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on 7 March 2017
Enjoyable dvd
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on 22 May 2017
Grand kids loved it
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on 8 April 2017
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on 27 July 2017
A gift
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on 21 March 2017
Great condition,
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VINE VOICEon 13 January 2010
No, the repuations of Ingmar Bergman or Orson Welles are not placed in any danger by this Hollywood 'pack em and rack em' movie, but on it's own terms, it's pretty good.

I took my two little ones to see it and they couldn't have been happier. And for me there were shades of The Goonies, E.T.and all those great 80s 'Kids Adventure' films. All the necessary ingredients are there - big old house, warring siblings, cute little girl who never really get's in any danger because she's so loveavble, the bully character who gets his comeuppance, and of course, the parents who have no idea what is going on. It's a wet Saturday afternoon type of picture.

I wouldn't object to a sequel.
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on 17 June 2013
This is not a film most adults would enjoy as it is designed for kids. Two families go away to the country for the Fourth of July. The kids need to get out and do something away from all their electronic gadgets.

While they are there,small green unfriendly aliens take over the attic and plan on taking over the world. The aliens have devices that can control adults, but not kids. So now it is up to the kids to save the planet using the skills they learned from video games along with modified toys. Ashley Tisdale (Miley Cyrus light) does give the young male viewers a glimpse of her in a bikini.

Acting is bad, script is bad, plot is bad, humor is bad, unless you are under age 13. 5 STARS on the tween scale.
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Aliens in the Attic is definitely a great summer holiday film that myself and my daughter (aged 13) both enjoyed even if we were among the older in the audience! It is quite a simple affair; the Pearson families rent a large house for a summer of fishing and barbecues, not knowing that it was built on top some alien hardware many years ago. Four diminutive aliens land on the first night of their holiday meaning to activate it (for world domination of course) and the fun begins.

Firing their mind control dart into the neck of the Bethany's (Ashley Tisdale from High School Musical) sleazy boyfriend Rick, the knee-high invaders start their plan to invade earth, not counting on the kids who led by the slightly geeky Tom fight back with their toys, determination and general resourcefulness. The plot descends into general mayhem with Grandma (Marie from Everyone Loves Raymond) also being taken over but once the techno twins Art and Lee get hold of her controller, their Nintendo skills find a use and her kung fu fight with Rick is hilarious, funnier than it sounds believe me.

This is all good, if very silly, fun. The kids play their roles well, especially the charming 7 year old Hannah who befriends the four-armed alien Sparks (all very Drew Barrymore and ET),the invader with a conscience. Rick being controlled to run around, slap himself and say what he is told is brilliant and always raised a laugh too. If you liked The Spiderwick Chronicles, you'll love this although it's a bit more slapstick and probably more suitable for the younger audience.
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on 2 March 2016
REALLY GOOD & CERTAINLY WORTH ADDING TO YOUR FILM COLLECTION.!
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