Aliens in the Attic
All Genres: Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Release Year: 2009
Country: USA, Canada
Director: John Schultz
Writing by: Mark Burton – (screenplay) and
Adam F. Goldberg – (screenplay)
Mark Burton – (story)
Produced by: Marc S. Fischer – executive producer
Joe Hartwick Jr. – co-producer
Barry Josephson – producer
John R. Woodward – associate producer
Cast: Carter Jenkins – Tom Pearson
Austin Robert Butler – Jake Pearson (as Austin Butler)
Ashley Tisdale – Bethany Pearson
Ashley Boettcher – Hannah Pearson
Henri Young – Art Pearson
Regan Young – Lee Pearson
Doris Roberts – Nana Rose Pearson
Robert Hoffman – Ricky Dillman
Kevin Nealon – Stuart Pearson
Gillian Vigman – Nina Pearson
Andy Richter – Uncle Nathan Pearson
Music: John Debney
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Plot Outline: When seasoned comedian George Simmons learns of his terminal, inoperable health condition, his desire to form a genuine friendship cause him to take a relatively green performer under his wing as his opening act.
Plot: A group of kids must protect their vacation home from invading aliens.
Movie Quotes: Jake Pearson: We're gonna need a bigger potato.
Goofs: We know about 1 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Factual errors: When the Sheriff tells Uncle Nathan that he is missing a license plate on the front of the car, it is not taken into account that Michigan does not require a license plate on the front of cars.
Trivia: There are 9 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- Leslie Mann plays mother to her real-life daughters (with director Judd Apatow) Maude Apatow and Iris Apatow, just as she did in Knocked Up (2007).
- In Knocked Up (2007), there is a scene where the guys are sitting around talking about that, if they “got laid”, it was because of Eric Bana in Munich (2005). Bana also stars in this film, and coincidentally (or perhaps not) the director of photography on both Munich (2005) and this film is Janusz Kaminski. Barry Mendel, one of the producers of Munich (2005), is also a producer on this film as well.
- The characters of George and Ira were written specifically for Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen.