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Mars Needs Moms Movie Review

Milo didn’t appreciate all the things his mom did for him. That is until she was abducted by aliens! Kidzworld reviews Mars Needs Moms, which hit theatres on March 11, 2011. Back to Article

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-Felandria-
-Felandria- wrote:
2011-05-24 09:05:51 -0700

Dhis Movie Look Borinqq

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Lubbydubbychica
Lubbydubbychica wrote:
2011-04-03 06:33:50 -0700

i aint human imma alien nerd he he but im the hottest alien nerd he he lol

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Welcome2TheJungle_1625627
Welcome2TheJungle_1625627 wrote:
2011-03-26 14:11:40 -0700

Is there any movie that this site doesn't like? This looks hideous.

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crazytown
crazytown wrote:
2011-03-24 09:12:56 -0700

the previews were a little funny

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nugget321
nugget321 wrote:
2011-03-20 02:41:29 -0700

i want to see this movie in 3D

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GardenFlower45
GardenFlower45 wrote:
2011-03-16 09:18:54 -0700

This movie seems like another average 'wanna be' movie. They think it's 'new' or 'fresh' but it's not. Seems kinda boring Frustrated

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Euniqueamazing4527
Euniqueamazing4527 wrote:
2011-03-14 21:44:13 -0700

sux.....eggs

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 young money Z.A.Y.
young money Z.A.Y. wrote:
2011-03-14 06:34:02 -0700

yea right witho you
Raspberry

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kiera-97
kiera-97 wrote:
2011-03-14 05:14:10 -0700

looks alrite, would be a laff 2 watch

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Musiciz4me98
Musiciz4me98 wrote:
2011-03-13 09:41:42 -0700

dis lukzz madd wakk 2 mee budd dats juss mehh

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Pingping963
Pingping963 wrote:
2011-03-13 07:11:19 -0700

psh. looks like a stupid movie

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takiya2
takiya2 wrote:
2011-03-13 00:49:43 -0800

i like it becuase he said '' youy not going to eat that.

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John557
John557 wrote:
2011-03-12 08:21:26 -0800

Well, why are only alien movie's releasing this year? Well I have to say, the movie, "Battle-Los Angeles", was great and worth watching!

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