Aliens in the Attic Movie Review
What would you do if a team of small, intelligent aliens invaded your attic? Kidzworld takes an inside look at the hilarious flick, Aliens in the Attic.
What would you do if a team of small, intelligent aliens invaded your attic? Kidzworld takes an inside look at the hilarious flick, Aliens in the Attic, starring Austin Butler from Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide and Ashley Tisdale from High School Musical.
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After getting a bad report card, Tom (Carter Jenkins) is dragged along on the Pearson family vacation. When they arrive at their middle-of-nowhere rental house, Tom’s sister’s creep-of-a-boyfriend, Ricky, shows up, much to Tom’s grief. Ricky is full of himself and strives to make Tom’s vacation a nightmare. But then a few more unexpected visitors arrive, and Ricky gets his just desserts.
When their satellite dish breaks, Tom goes on the roof to fix it. But what he finds is out of this world…literally. A team of hostile aliens plan to take down the Pearson family, obtain a device located beneath the rental house, and ultimately take over the world. But there’s a snag in the aliens’ plan when they realize that their remote control devices used to take control of human beings don’t work on children.
Tom and his cousins fight a fierce battle against these stubborn aliens, all the while keeping their parents in the dark about their uninvited guests. But when one alien proves different from the others and switches his alliance, he gives the humans an upper hand.
The Bottom Line
Aliens in the Attic, starring Carter Jenkins and Ashley Tisdale, is one of those films in which the funniest parts aren’t even in the previews. You’ll laugh your pants off at all the scenes that show Ricky under the aliens’ control. You’ll love the adventure, intense battle scenes and ridiculous humor. It’s definitely a movie worth seeing in theatres.
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