Gnome Alone (2017)

Gnome Alone (2017)

GENRESAnimation,Adventure,Comedy,Family,Fantasy
LANGEnglish
ACTOR
Becky GJosh PeckTara StrongOlivia Holt
DIRECTOR
Peter Lepeniotis

SYNOPSICS

Gnome Alone (2017) is a English movie. Peter Lepeniotis has directed this movie. Becky G,Josh Peck,Tara Strong,Olivia Holt are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Gnome Alone (2017) is considered one of the best Animation,Adventure,Comedy,Family,Fantasy movie in India and around the world.

When Chloe discovers that her new home's garden gnomes are not what they seem, she must decide between the pursuit of a desired high school life and taking up the fight against the Troggs.

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Gnome Alone (2017) Reviews

  • Cute family film.

    sidneyforeman2018-10-23

    My daughter really enjoyed this film and sat and watched the whole thing which is a win in my book.

  • Give it a chance, kids loved it, very cute.

    tootall-910792018-10-20

    I'm not sure why so many people are voting this so negatively. And honestly a lot of the reviews seem like the users didn't actually watch the movie. Let's go through the list of complaints from users... No spoilers. Take this movie for what it is. A cute, funny, wholesome kids movie.

  • Generally unexciting

    lunalovitt2018-10-20

    In terms of visuals, I liked this movie. It was an overall smooth animation style, and, hey, by comparison to what else is around it's pretty good. That being said it's about the only redeeming factor. In terms of writing the characters are very one-dimensional. None are likable, and honestly I'm a little surprised at some of the choices made. Chloe is very cliche for a character who has "moved around all her life with no time anywhere to make new friends and yet finds a true friend at her latest home". (Granted every character is pretty cliche.) She's also pretty narcissistic and that doesn't entirely change. Also Liam is a conundrum. For a day and age when we are trying to teach everyone that "no means no" the writers chose to create the most annoying and pushy male character I've ever seen that we're supposed to root for. And despite his pushy behavior and inability to take "no" for an answer, he ends up getting what he wants, that being the girl. It's really weird. Not very memorable in the end. Can't say I'd recommend it or watch it again.

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  • A really nice family movie.

    SpecialWeirdo1012018-06-05

    The movie are a animated action/fantasy story for the not too young kids. The story are well written and have nice progress and contains all the elements that should keep you entertained as a viewer. Be aware, if your kids are too young to watch Simpsons or South Park alone, you should also watch this movie together with them, belive me, you will enjoy it too.

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  • Damsel saves world: rarer cgi animation curio

    Bofsensai2018-07-21

    Wanted to add another to the surprisingly few reviews here, as this would seem a sadly overlooked (little seen?) entry in the rapidily crowding CGI animation genre: that likely coming from the probably falling costs of producing such: but of which, can be easily seen in this Canadian sourced production very much in the shadow of contemporaries (Pixar and the likes etc.) e.g.particularly at the beginning with rather bland, clunky backgrounds and standard overlarge head with skinny limbs characters. Further, the story has holes and non-sequiturs in it that even its target young audience might be quizzing their elders on to explain 'how's that?', 'So, er, what happened there, then?' Nevertheless,and despite the 'baddie Troggs' displaying almost copyright infringing character similarities to compatriot CGI animation Minions, plus Joe Dante's Gremlins, but especially the Stitch of Disney's much older 2D 'Lilo and Stitch' franchise, this eventually has some endearments. As those aforesaid 'Trogg's getting up to mischief (Check the toilet / roll scene) and the denouement boss (Daddy?) monster are some of the enjoyments to catch this one. Which is despite that unfortunately, much (initially) seems to be delivered in a sort of half hearted way (perhaps funding / resources constraints?) e.g. as that final monster, having been set up nicely expectantly, seems to be despatched all too quickly and with a method that will have, I feel, even youngsters enquiring, 'So, where did that come from?', and in any case 'Why should that work, then?'! And for those youngsters (at heart, like me) might also come the perturbed enquiry to what is otherwise rather disturbing for a story of this age group target i.e. well, what happens to those Troggs, then? Is this film really advocating (death!) disintegratation of the cute critters? I would have preferreed some allusion to that they are sent back to their own world somehow, and in that youngsters might even find this depressing, since they are splattered (eliminated= killed!) into apparent oblivion! Yet beforehand, charactersied so cutely. Then, to the (significant!) eponymous 'Gnomes' of the title, are rather underwritten, more or less presented with little individual character and certainly no (essential?) backstory as to how and even, well, why, they got there. (And the standard fart joke just seemed gratuitous, unnecessary - certainly, not funny ... come on, team ..) But, what is enjoyably notable, are the human characterisations: from the popular girl's posse friends (eyes permanently down, fringed hair obscuring, glued to their mobile / cell phones), Mother, who in one scene is shown emoting in a way usually completely beyond the usual animated GGI fare, and what stood out for me to make this stand aside from all its more expensive flashy competitors, is the storyline arc of the heroine girl who saves the geek boy in distress - and in her doing, so, wins HER heart: nice modern role reversal for children to identify with that the girl can be the strong go-getter type - but also for the boys, that the boy can also still be the admired beta besotted helper - but still win the affections of the damsel. (Well, I identified with him!) One great scene has her authorititively, 'I know what I'm doing', literally 'listen to me' tweaking not one, but both of his ears to get him to follow her - female - plan. Encouragingly empowering! On that alone, youngsters (yes, even at heart!) - girls especially - should seek out this seemimngly obscure CGI animation curio.

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