Wednesday, September 23, 2009

REVIEW: Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs: The IMAX 3D Experience

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs

Bill Hader, Anna Farris


September 18, 2009

Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

Columbia Pictures

1 hour 21 minutes




Visually appealing, great story, and a great load of laughs in this heartfelt and tasty comedy that both kids and adults will love. Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs tells the story of a small town that can only afford to eat sardines for all three meals. In this town is a lonely inventor named Flint Lockwood, who one day creates a machine that converts water into food. What could go wrong???? This is by far the funniest animated or 3D flick I have seen this year. Also, kids and teenagers can relate to Flint and his series of mistakes he makes. This is also something you HAVE to see in 3D, like Monsters VS Aliens. Visually is is astounding! One scene, which I won't spoil at all was something very beautiful to imagine, better yet see in IMAX 3D!!!! I've said it before and I'll say it again, this movie is hilarious. Laughs will sneak in at every corner and come out right at your face (literally!). Plus, the PG rating isn't really nescesarry. They just say "crap" one time and it's a PG movie. Therefore, for all you family's out there who are looking for something to go see, go see this one in regular 3D, or even in IMAX 3D if you're lucky and rich enough. Either way, just go see this wonderful piece of a movie that i call a tasty treat even the parents will love (except for Ebert and other heartless people. (no offense, Ebert))


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