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Home (3D)
A road-trip of a lifetime.
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Home

10 Apr, 2015
1 hrs 34 mins
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1,636 votes
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When Earth is taken over by the overly confident Boov, an alien race in search of a new place to call home, all humans are promptly relocated while all Boov get busy reorganizing the planet. But when one resourceful girl, Tip, manages to avoid capture, she finds herself the accidental accomplice of a banished Boov named Oh. The two fugitives realize there`s a lot more at stake than intergalactic relations as they embark on the road trip of a lifetime.
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The Boov are a bunch of friendly aliens, who led by the cowardly Captain Smek (Martin), just want to live a life of peace on their home planet. However, they are always hounded by their enemies, the nasty Gorgs. The Boov resettle on planet Earth and make a fresh start, but it`s not long before they are located and pursued again by the Gorgs, thanks to a slip up by the naive Boov, Oh (Parsons). ...Read full review
There once was a time when those who were tired of formulaic Disney films could turn for succour to DreamWorks movies instead. With films like Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar (and their many, many sequels) and Megamind, Dreamworks excelled in a kind of storytelling that turned conventional mores on their head. Where else would an ogre kiss a pretty princess and turn not into a Disney-ish handsome prince, but change her into an ogress instead? Where else would a super villain actually turn out to be a super hero? ...Read full review
The website for Adam Rexs 2007 book The True Meaning of Smekday contained a short info-feature designed to teach Earthlings about life under interplanetary occupation by the Boov. Theres little to match the low-budget wit and economy of that human learning video in Over the Hedge co-director Tim Johnsons noisily empty film. ...Read full review