The Boov are a race of annoying idiot aliens who spend their time fleeing enemies: they are "hiding" in plain view on Earth, having taken over the cities following relocating all the humans in Australia, except teenage girl Tip. Oh is an even more annoying and idiotic Boov, to the extent that he is ostracised by his own people. He and Tip are thrown together and form an initially reluctant partnership to help each other: Tip is looking for her mother and Oh is trying to recall the cosmic email party invitation he sent which will let their enemy know where the Boov are hiding. This CGI animated movie is full of colour, action and humour, and colour is particularly well used. The two central characters, Oh and Tip, are nicely designed and well realised. The voice talent is good - Rihanna does well as Tip - and if I were to be critical, I would say that the individuality of Jim Parsons' voice does rather overpower Oh's personality at times. But this is good fun, especially for youngsters (who, after all, are the intended audience).
Home (2015) 720p YIFY Movie
Oh, an alien on the run from his own people, lands on Earth and makes friends with the adventurous Tip, who is on a quest of her own.
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The Synopsis for Home (2015) 720p
When Oh, a loveable misfit from another planet, lands on Earth and finds himself on the run from his own people, he forms an unlikely friendship with an adventurous girl named Tip who is on a quest of her own. Through a series of comic adventures with Tip, Oh comes to understand that being different and making mistakes is all part of being human. And while he changes her planet and she changes his world, they discover the true meaning of the word HOME.
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Satisfactory CGI animation for youngstersReviewed byNeil WelchVote: 7/10
I had not really high expectations on an animated movie, my son would probably enjoy something like this way more than me I thought. Huge Fail. The movie was from the beginning great and not only for kids. It is a feel-good movie for all ages. It is about family , friendship and that being different or just being yourself is not a bad thing at all. I found the movie throughout entertaining and very often funny. The Boov's are just too funny in particular Steve Martin as the voice of Captain Smek, whose firm leadership of the Boov people is undermined by his ridiculous fascination with human artifacts such as bubble wrap . He reminded me partially on King Julien from the Penguins of Madagascar. But even if you are not touched by the great story you will certainly love the Soundtrack. The whole movie was perfectly set and is for me the best Dreamworks movie since a long time. Take your kids and watch it on the big screen, they will love it! and you too, guaranteed. Verdict: A great story meets perfect cast and nothing can go wrong on this alien/ human road trip movie.
I went into this movie actually expecting very little based on having seen the trailers. We weren't even entirely sure what the movie was about other than an alien and a little girl. However, it was date night with my fiance and as I'm a fan of Big Bang Theory we decided we would give it a shot. We were very pleasantly surprised. We were in a large fairly full theater especially for a Sunday night. People responded to the jokes and the actions of the characters how you would expect. The playing with words and the consistency and playfulness of how the Boov speak just puts a smile on your face and makes you fall for the adorable characters. You also can't help tapping your foot to the soundtrack which worked very well to set the atmosphere throughout the entire movie. What really surprised me though was the adorable characters and everything that was used about them to build a consistent and well thought out story with a wonderful and moving message. While they fell flat in the trailers we had seen they were very lively and cute in the actual movie. They were a lot of fun and they made you feel for them. Especially Oh played by Jim Parsons. While different in many ways, in some ways it kind of reminded me of Lilo and Stitch. Especially the family message. Definitely a worthwhile movie to go see with or without kids.