This could've been a fun, family movie, but they really blew it with all the double entendre and several positively unsettling moments in the movie. It starts out with a couple of alien teens "parking" in the moonlight. Also, watch out for the remark later about the "duck". Worst of all, when the American astronaut stands up from an operating room table and his only clothing, a towel, falls off, nothing is shown, but a completely tasteless, tacky and vulgar remark is made. (I'm sure that was supposed to be a big laugh moment, but it was so over-the-top out of place, we just sat there in stunned silence.) This movie had it's moments and was cute around the edges and may be o.k. for older teens, much older, but it is no kids movie. I repeat, IT IS NO KIDS MOVIE!!! I won't take the time to discuss what could've possibly been the underlying political-social-spiritual themes implied by the abundance of head-in-the sand aliens, (aliens to us,) who thought that their small "five hundred miles" broad universe revolved around them. (The producers of this movie seem to be very unhappy about the idea of traditionalism and listening to your parents.) It's such a shame that you can't watch a PG cartoon with your children these days. We will not buy the blu ray!