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  • "There are moments of visual humor in the animated sequel 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2' that are so inventive they feel like a glimpse of a cartoon masterpiece Jerry Lewis might have made. Most of the best scenes, set in a place called San Franjose, eerily capture the pink light of the Bay Area better than anyone since Wayne Thiebaud or Richard Diebenkorn. These scenes also sum up the tech culture there of shiny white start-ups and endless lattes. ... At times it felt as if this film might challenge Pixar's decade-long reign, but that promise wanes. Instead, the movie is sometimes so strange, colorful and wildly cute that it may end up becoming a 'Yellow Submarine' for a new generation." — Miriam Bale,

    “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” is an animated, 3D sci-fi comedy about a goofy but talented scientist who deals with the repercussions of creating a machine that creates weather storms made of food. It stares the voices of Bill Hader, Anna Faris, and Neil Patrick Harris.

  • "The squibbly Minions of 'Despicable Me 2' have some serious competition on being the cutest — and most quotable — cartoon creations this year. In 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2,' Barry the Berry, perfect in design and simplicity, gives a scene-stealing, nonsense-language speech to his fellow sentient fruits, vegetables and meats. Anyone who doesn't laugh is allergic to fun. Barry is just one of dozens of creative, pun-tastic 'foodimals' in this bright and engaging sequel that's no mere pile of leftovers. This is unquestionably 2013's best animated movie so far." — Jordan Hoffman,

    Starting immediately when the first film ends, "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2" has an entire world leftover to build upon, and does it completely explore it to it's fullest? No, but that is okay, because I would love to have another sequel made. I highly enjoyed watching these characters explore the leftover world that Flint Lockwood's machine has created, even if it is a much more kid-friendly film and some of the jokes are hit or miss. The visuals are bright and colourful and the 3D really does stand out. It may not be as cleverly written, but for a kids film, this picture has a a few more by-the-numbers story elements that seem all too familiar. It does not take full advantage of it's plot, but the food puns are a mile-a-minute and will keep you laughing the entire duration. Great for kids, and still pleasant enough for adults. This sequel is a lot of fun!

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    Starting immediately when the first film ends, "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2" has an entire world leftover to build upon, and does it completely explore it to it's fullest? No, but that is okay, because I would love to have another sequel made. I highly enjoyed watching these characters explore the leftover world that Flint Lockwood's machine has created, even if it is a much more kid-friendly film and some of the jokes are hit or miss. The visuals are bright and colourful and the 3D really does stand out. It may not be as cleverly written, but for a kids film, this picture has a a few more by-the-numbers story elements that seem all too familiar. It does not take full advantage of it's plot, but the food puns are a mile-a-minute and will keep you laughing the entire duration. Great for kids, and still pleasant enough for adults. This sequel is a lot of fun!

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2013) - Rotten Tomatoes

While no one was exactly crying out for second helpings of this animated meat-eorology franchise, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 is charming enough on its own not to feel like just reheated leftovers. Inventor Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader), the man whose foodstuff-generating contraption led to the comestible weather patterns in 2009’s Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, and his gang of pals discover that his invention is still at large. What’s more, it has started imbuing its creations with sentience, leading to an entire edible ecosystem.