Monsters Vs Aliens

Monsters Vs Aliens
Monsters Vs Aliens




90 minutes





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In this brilliant animated movie, unlucky bride Susan suddenly goes from being a normal size woman to a towering giant after a meteorite hits on the day of her her wedding. And that's just the start of the strangeness - because she's then taken off to the place where the government hides the various monsters that have accidentally been created over the years. But when an alien invasion threatens the future of the planet, Susan and the misfit monsters are sent out to save the day. The result is bright, colourful and lots of fun.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and contains mild threat and comic fight scenes.

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