Home (2015) is a English,French movie. Tim Johnson has directed this movie. Jim Parsons,Rihanna,Steve Martin,Jennifer Lopez are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Home (2015) is considered one of the best Animation,Adventure,Comedy,Family,Fantasy,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.
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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Took my 8-year-old girls. It was cute. They enjoyed it well enough. But on the car ride home, when I asked about their favorite part, the best they could come up with was the cow joke (I won't repeat it). After all the great animated kid's movies of the last 10 years (Nemo, Shrek, Cars, Frozen, etc), this one is completely forgettable. In a month or two, my girls won't even remember it. Can't imagine they'll ever ask to get a DVD or watch it at home. I'm not sorry I took them, nor was it a waste of money. But we are so spoiled by such great animated movies that a mediocre one like this becomes disappointing.
This is not the kind of movie that will stay with you forever. I have seen better animated movies in the past. BUT it's a movie that you will definitely have a good time watching, laughing and laughing again. I loved the way this little alien was depicted, using Jim Parsons' ticks and facial expressions! The concept of the aliens taking different colors based on their mood was just to die for! The story was OK and the time it lasted was sufficient (I always root for longer movies instead of shorter). Overall, it was a cute cute movie in the end! We laughed a lot, and although we are genre-fanatics (being in our 30s watching these movies without kids), I think that the average movie fan will also like it. It was time well-spent on a movie and I sincerely recommend it!
As a fan of animated films and Jim Parsons, Home felt like something I would enjoy. When the first Rihanna song started playing, I grew skeptical. When the next one started, I got tired of it. There's actually 5 Rihanna songs in the film. 5. Five. Along with Rihanna playing one of the lead roles. And I should mention that her character is not singing these songs. She's just listening and dancing to Rihanna. Sorry, but nope. Home started feeling like a commercial for some Rihanna album or a very long music video. I don't think I will remember this film, but if I do it would be for exactly that, and I would forget the story. However, if you're not like me and don't care about such things, the movie itself is pretty cute.
I'm 30 years old, but I still enjoy watching animation films very much. As I heard that there was coming a movie with Jim Parsons & Steve Martin I knew I had to see it - specially when it was a film from Dreamworks. From seeing the trailer I already knew I didn't like the animation style too much, but I didn't let that bother me watching the movie. Sadly, B class style was one of the lesser flaws of the film. Jokes are outdated, movie is full of bubblegum pop music, the characters are far from interesting and you can't really build a connection to them. Also, the plot... oh phew. Way too easy. I mean, in most cases of animation films the plot is more or less predictable - after all, we're talking about western animations. They have a prodigy, who doesn't fit in, misses his/her parents and gets a happy ending. But Home just made my jaws sore from yawning. It wasn't _all_ bad, I'm sure that many kids will enjoy this, but for me this was one of Dreamworks' biggest flops. The only actual fun I had thinking about Jim Parsons and how literally every one of his lines could've been said in The Big Bang Theory.
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.