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Animation, Family



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The Boov, a tribe of small purple aliens with an aversion to conflict, are on the run, scouring the universe to find a new planet to hide from their enemies on. This time the dimwitted creatures have a set their sights on Earth and are all too happy to relocate its citizens to far-flung corners as they move into the planet’s cities. Caught up in the chaos are Tip, a smart teen with love for music and Oh, a hapless, eager Boov who can’t fit into his tribe’s conformist ways. Together they set about trying to prevent the destruction of Earth in this fun, colourful adventure across the globe.

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mild threat, slapstick

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