Excerpt: Propuesta animada que resulta simpática pero que no trascenderá por nada en especial. Buen trabajo técnico y diversión para los peques, que es lo que cuenta. Para los papás poca cosa, más allá de la abusiva explotación comercial de la figura de Rihanna.
Excerpt: An alien buddying up with a human child in a movie called “Home” may sound too much like “E.T.,” but Oh isn’t trying to get back to his kind but away from them and if his reasons are simplistic at film’s start, by its end Oh will have delivered a nice message for kids on empathy and open mindedness.
Excerpt: While consistency is an important element to filmmaking, certain studios have been able to maintain their rich culture and creativity with little effort. DreamWorks struggles every year to find new footing that gives it access to ready cash. Unfortunately, Home doesn’t feel like the kind of film that will give it enough of a boost on the bottom line.
Excerpt: A sort of E.T. for the Despicable Me generation, Home fits the mould of all-round family entertainment perfectly well, with an amiable mix of slapstick humour, zippy action and bubblegum visuals.
Excerpt: A race of colorful, non-threatening, gender-neutral aliens takes over the world – in entirely non-violent fashion – in Dreamworks Animation’s Home, a familiar and generic but whirlwind fast-paced affair that will appeal most to those young enough to be easily entertained by the wide variety of colors and sounds that flow freely from the screen.