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I happened across Gnome Alone on Netflix this morning. I didn’t know what to expect when I started watching it. Having seen no previews or reviews previously I went into it cold. This movie was an unexpected gem. I loved it.

The animation was theatrical quality and the storyline imaginative. I felt myself feeling for the pink-haired girl right from the beginning. I too moved around a lot as a kid while my parents did whatever they could to make ends meet. Making friends wasn’t easy and I wasn’t the best at fitting in with the crowd.

If you haven’t seen it yet make sure you do. It’s a family-friendly flick. The monsters are storybook scary, but not anything I’m worried my little ones of 1 and 5 would be bothered by seeing. The movie isn’t perfect, but I did really enjoy it. Here’s a sneak peek below if you want to know what you’re getting into before diving in head first.

After moving into a new house with her mom, high schooler Chloe discovers a troupe of talking garden gnomes who need her help saving the world. The producers of Shrek present, Gnome Alone starring Becky G, Josh Peck, Olivia Holt, and George Lopez. Original music by Patrick Stump featuring Becky G. Now streaming, only on Netflix.

Have you seen Gnome Alone? What did you think?


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