"Earth to Echo" follows four young teenagers who find an alien life form that's trying to rebuild its spaceship. Together, the teenagers protect the alien and help rebuild its ship so it can fly back to its home planet.
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User 1 Review:
A mash-up of The Goonies, Batteries Not Included and E.T. filmed Cloverfield style with slightly better than Disney Channel movie of the week production values. One of those coming of age type movies with annoying characters, bad acting and huge plot holes(like the bad guys conveniently being gone during the big finish). I know you're not supposed to really expect too much from a movie like this, but jeesh.. at least try not to rip off of much better movies with such a lame effort.
User 2 Review:
This film, though enjoyable, lacks pop. Probably because a similar story has already been done, and done better; and I've seen it many times. Does ET ring a bell? Is there anyone here old enough to remember that one? Outside of that small gripe, I liked this film. My boy, eleven, loves it. Earth to Echo features a new cute alien and the ever ominous, but in this case unbelievable, government types. More importantly, it contains a wonderful message about friendships and the ties that bind. Nice. Brought a little tear to my eye, even now, on this third viewing. Though the story lacks originality, who knows, perhaps in 30 years my boy will look back on it like I look back on ET?
User 3 Review:
Earth to Echo, while reminiscent of older "nostalgia" films for adult viewers, has plenty of charm that younger viewers and imaginative children will enjoy, while bringing to the table a narrative that is crafted for millennials and the modern idea of childhood. While the found-footage technique is not for everyone, it highlights the culture of today's youth - if anything like this were to happen, the cell phones would be out, filming every second.