Aliens in the Attic


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

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Austin Butler as Jake Pearson
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J.K. Simmons as Skip
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Catherine Zeta-Jones as Elena Montero
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650.11 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 1 / 9
1.20 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 1 / 1

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

Harmless but nothing special

The extended Pearsons gather at their vacation home. They seem like an everyday bickering loving family. Then tiny little aliens come to enslave humanity and retrieve something from the basement.

The 'kids' (Carter Jenkins, Austin Butler, Ashley Tisdale) are an energetic bunch who are slightly older than their characters. There is nothing surprising about this, but it's just reminiscent of every other kiddie movie. The adults (Kevin Nealon, Gillian Vigman, Andy Richter, Doris Roberts) are great comedians but are all under used. This is definitely a paint-by-number children's movie. It's harmless, but it's nothing special either.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters6 / 10


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

Reviewed by fandomfatale9 / 10

Not everyone's movie, but a lot of fun if it's your kind

I'm in my twenties, and I loved this film. If you look at the title and the cover and know for certain you won't like it, then you probably won't. But if you think you might, then I'd recommend giving it a try, because I was a little unsure but I thoroughly enjoyed it.

The plot is pretty simple: while vacationing in a large rental house over the Fourth of July holiday, the Pearson family is forced to stop an advance team of four aliens from bringing eternal enslavement and/or instantaneous death to the human race. The alien technology allows them to control the adults (leading to a lot of slapstick comedy, some of which will be funny to adults, but all of which the kids will enjoy),so it's up to our hero Tom (17 years old or thereabouts),his siblings and his cousins to stop them.

I thought the acting was quite decent. Carter Jenkins brings a lot of good energy to Tom, who is very likable and sympathetic. All of the kids do a great job, and the voice talents behind the aliens bring a lot of personality to those characters in only a few scenes. Thomas Haden Church as Tazer really stood out to me and J.K. Simmons is always fantastic.

The messages I came out of it with were 1) family is cool, 2) fishing can be just as fun as video games, and 3) being different is OK, and being smart is OK. Ashley Tisdale's Bethany doesn't start out as a particularly sympathetic character, especially when taken with her sleazy boyfriend, but she soon shows herself to be a good role model, demanding that her boyfriend respect her and her family.

I laughed plenty – even the jokes which were easy or cheap didn't make me groan or roll my eyes.

I would definitely let my kids watch this movie. Not only do I approve of the general morals espoused by the film, but they'll almost certainly enjoy it. And, except for believing Grandma had gotten into the Pinot Grigio, Miss Tisdale bouncing around in a skimpy bikini, and a scene of Bethany and her boyfriend putting lotion on each other including a reference to "second base", the film is totally clean. And even those things are hardly worth mentioning.

It's not supposed to be smart, it's supposed to be fun. And it's targeted towards kids. I wouldn't recommend it to everyone I know, but I know a couple of people who would definitely enjoy it, so don't discount it so quickly based on other reviews if you think it might be your kind of movie.

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