Monsters at Large

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  • PG
  • 2018
  • 1 hr 31 min
  • 5.0  (512)

Monsters at Large is a family-friendly comedy film from 2018 that follows the adventures of a group of kids as they try to save their town from an army of monsters. The movie stars Mischa Barton, Stephen Tobolowsky, Austin St. John, and a cast of young talent including Matthew Kosto, Auggie Pulliam, and Alicia C. Del Aguila. The story begins with Alex (Kosto), a preteen boy who is struggling to fit in at his new school. Bullied by his classmates, Alex seeks refuge in the seemingly endless world of monster movies. But when he begins to notice real-life monsters lurking in his town, he knows he has to take action.

With the help of his new friends, including the spunky Jo (Del Aguila) and the tech-savvy Dylan (Pulliam), Alex sets out to catch the monsters and prove to his classmates that he's not just some scaredy-cat. Along the way, they team up with a washed-up monster hunter (Tobolowsky) who just might hold the key to defeating the creatures once and for all.

As they track down the monsters, Alex and his friends begin to realize that there's more to these creatures than meets the eye. In fact, they might even be able to make a connection with them and save the town in the process.

The film strikes a balance between spooky and silly, offering up plenty of laughs and a few jump scares to keep audiences on their toes. The CGI monsters are impressively rendered, with each creature possessing a unique look and personality. While some of the jokes fall a bit flat, the film's heart is in the right place, and it's easy to root for the plucky group of kids as they face their fears and come together to save their town.

Mischa Barton provides a memorable turn as the strict and skeptical school principal, while Stephen Tobolowsky steals the show as the grizzled monster hunter who has seen it all. Austin St. John, known to many as the original Red Ranger on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, has a small but charming role as a police officer who can't quite believe what he's seeing.

Overall, Monsters at Large is an enjoyable and family-friendly film that offers a fresh take on the classic monster movie genre. With a talented young cast and a solid message about the importance of standing up for yourself and your friends, it's sure to appeal to kids and adults alike. Whether you're a fan of spooky stories or just looking for a fun and lighthearted movie to watch with the family, Monsters at Large delivers the goods.

Monsters at Large is a 2018 adventure movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 31 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.0.

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    5.0  (512)