Luis and the Aliens

Luis and the Aliens

Luis and the Aliens

An 11-year-old boy makes friends with three lovable aliens who crash their ship into his house in this animated adventure comedy. In return for Louis's help using the home-shopping network, they save him from boarding school and head off on an adventure together.

2018Rating: PG, Violence & scary scenes86 minsGermany, Luxembourg, Denmark
AdventureAnimatedComedyKids & Family
37%
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Flicks, Adam Fresco

Flicks, Adam Fresco

flicks

Far from out of this world, directors Christoph and Wolfgang Launstein and Sean McCormack keep things mildly diverting for little ones, but bland for anyone old enough to make their own bed. When Nag, Wabo and Mog, a trio of intergalactic shape-shifting beings, crash their spacecraft into his house, 11-year-old Luis lends his new friends a hand, and they in turn help him deal with his overbearing dad.

1.0
The Times

The Times

press

Parents will have to be end-of-holidays desperate to take their little darlings to this punishingly uninspired animation.

1.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

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This really is all influences with nothing added.

2.0
Stuff

Stuff

press

While the characters and situations may be a little too predictable and farcical for sustained enjoyable supervised viewing, there's an overall feeling of fun that emanates from the just-right running time.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Though peppy and bright enough that it might amuse some kids should it show up on a screen in front of them somewhere, it offers no reason for their adult guardians to actually take them someplace to watch it.

Flicks, Adam Fresco

Flicks, Adam Fresco

flicks

Far from out of this world, directors Christoph and Wolfgang Launstein and Sean McCormack keep things mildly diverting for little ones, but bland for anyone old enough to make their own bed. When Nag, Wabo and Mog, a trio of intergalactic shape-shifting beings, crash their spacecraft into his house, 11-year-old Luis lends his new friends a hand, and they in turn help him deal with his overbearing dad.

1.0
The Times

The Times

press

Parents will have to be end-of-holidays desperate to take their little darlings to this punishingly uninspired animation.

1.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

This really is all influences with nothing added.

2.0
Stuff

Stuff

press

While the characters and situations may be a little too predictable and farcical for sustained enjoyable supervised viewing, there's an overall feeling of fun that emanates from the just-right running time.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Though peppy and bright enough that it might amuse some kids should it show up on a screen in front of them somewhere, it offers no reason for their adult guardians to actually take them someplace to watch it.