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Aliens Stole My Body
- 1h 28m
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The Galactic Patrol is back - but they've lost Deputy Rod Allbright's body! It's been stolen by B'KR, the most fiendish villain in the galaxy, which leaves Rod's mind sharing one body with his annoying cousin, Elspeth. Stranded on a mysterious planet, our young heroes embark on a mission to find the only being who can stop B'KR, Art Allbright, Rod's dad! Drawn into a web of alien plots that test their courage, they team up with the crew from the Good Ship Ferkel including Phil the plant (voiced by George Takei). Join the Galactic Patrol's high-flying adventures in this thrilling sequel based on the bestselling book series from acclaimed author Bruce Coville.
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Common Sense Says
Campy sci-fi tale has low-budget effects, hokey humor.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Aliens Stole My Body is the follow-up to Aliens Ate My Homework; both movies are based on author Bruce Coville's successful series Rod Allbright and the Galactic Patrol. It will appeal most to viewers familiar with the previous movie and/or books and to young fans of undemanding sci-fi and space fiction. Expect campy effects, punny humor, and fairly gentle scares, as well as kids saving the day using bravery, science, and innovation. But there is sci-fi violence: Aliens fight one another and shoot space weapons. The villain threatens the lives of both aliens and humans, pushes them through a black hole, shoots at them, kidnaps them, and puts them to sleep temporarily. The young heroes are hooked up to a teleportation machine that they're told could kill them. They outrun a giant ball in an outdoor tunnel, and then one disappears into another dimension. A family faces potential disaster on a spaceship. A married couple kisses after a five-year separation. Language is limited to "bullocks" and "boogers," and there's a toast with champagne glasses.
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- Genre:Family, Action, Sci-Fi
- Release Date:August 4, 2020
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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