I liked the show. What kept my attention was the idea that, they were happy. Then the aliens made trouble and this is where the film was horrible.
What I mean is when the aliens make trouble you can tell the actors are acting. And it's not the actors fault, it's poor execution that separates farce from horror and the aliens danger scenes fell into farce and never made it to horror.
But those scenes weren't the main portion of the film, the film was made up of a lot of personal thought and people standing and staring at horror. Like staring at a accident or trouble, you don't need to say anything, and that is what the people in this film do a lot of, they watch the crazy aliens. That made the film watchable for me.
The end of the film was pretty good at giving the horror vibe, the last chance at escaping the aliens and the conclusion of the film.
This film isn't a alien sci fi, it's a comedy that shows true glimpses of pain and horror and terror in bit and pieces of the film, but overall it's a comedy.
There is new, and then you are new.
This is a moral of the bears and their cereal.