Meet Dave

Meet Dave
Meet Dave

Year

2008

Duration

86 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

In a quest to save their home planet from oblivion, a miniature alien race find themselves in Manhattan manning a human-shaped spaceship called Dave. Most of Meet Dave's humour comes from the alien crew's attempts to fit in with human culture (cue much slapstick action), but the film's heart is in his relationship with single mum Gina and her son Josh.

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Contains mild language, violence, toilet humour and scary moments

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