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Home

2015
89 Mins

When Earth is colonised by extraterrestrials The Boov, humankind is relocated to a vast desert suburbia in Australia. However, teen girl Tip (voiced by Rihanna) is left behind to strike up an unlikely alliance with Oh (Jim Parsons), a misfit Boov who craves friendship but whose error has given away the location of his compatriots to predatory fellow aliens, the Gorg. Splendid visuals and a zippy soundtrack will have tween girls feel like there's no place like Home.

Director: Tim Johnson

Starring: Jim Parsons, Rihanna, Steve Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Matt Jones, Derek Blankenship

Genres: Family

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