This review may contain some spoilers, but I do my best to avoid them.
Summary: When Chloe discovers that her new home’s garden gnomes are not what they seem, she must decide between the pursuit of a desired high school life and taking up the fight against the Troggs.
Title: Gnome Alone
Runtime: 1 Hour 25 Minutes
Cast: Becky G, Josh Peck, Tara Strong, Olivia Holt, David Koechner, Jeff Dunham, Patrick Stump, Nash Grier, Madison De La Garza and George Lopez
Director: Peter Lepeniotis
Writers: Kyle Newman, Jared Micah Herman, Robert Moreland, Michael Schwartz and Zina Zaflow
Chloe and her mom are always moving, this time to Maine. The house is filled with Gnomes who are protecting the house from evil purple creatures. Whilst trying to make new friends she has to battle the evil troggs and learn what home and friendship really feels like.
This was really fun, and action packed movie, it had some really sweet moments and some really sad ones but was mostly fun. It had lots of different element to it and it was really fun movie too watch. A perfect family watch, it’s easy and has a simple premise but holds you attention, you didn’t really know exactly what was coming next which was great.
I liked Chloe and actually felt so bad for her having to be forced into a new town, her mom then suddenly disappears for work leaving her alone in an unpacked house and feeling lonely, plus struggling to make friends. Then add in a home invasion she has a lot to deal with. I did like that she was strong and she found her voice, stood up for herself and her friends, fought against the evil and saved her friends.
I really enjoyed watching this it was cute and the animation style was fun. The characters were all really interesting and all the funny shenanigans the troggs and the Gnomes were getting up to were great fun.