Written January 27, 2015
Not quite as good as the first but fun nonetheless. The first was a creation from the book which had a very neat storyline. This one wasn't quite there but still humorous.
Written August 30, 2014
I took my eleven and sixteen year old sons to see this movie. It was no surprise to see my eleven year old laughing but my oldest got a kick out of the mild semi-adult humor. This was a cute, hugely creative sequel to the first "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs". I was a bit surprised that nearly every showing over the weekend was sold out in three different local theaters.
Written November 20, 2013
When it comes to sequels, it's always important to keep the story moving, the characters evolving and the crowds intrigued. Once again - courtesy of the Sony Animation Studios – brings us Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2, a direct follow up from its 2009 predecessor.
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Written January 30, 2015
It was alright and both my kids liked the first one but they both said is it over yet, individually . Flick was almost inspiring in the first one, a real underdog but in this one he's not only dumb he's mean. The "Steve jobs" character is odd. What he plans on doing to the food at the end is kinda sick. My little one started crying. She's 4 and she watches some scary stuff with her older sister all the time. She understands older shows and realizes its acting or a cartoon but she was not prepared for the end scene. So be careful. Maybe mine is sensitive but my kid watches "face off " on scifi with no issues.
2.5 stars out of 5.
They killed the franchise.
Written October 21, 2014
The movie was good but it wasn't really worth spending money to see. It had its usual funny moments and growth of character. I did like the inventiveness of the food animals and the lead food animal was very cute. All around a good sequel and movie to watch with the kids when it comes out on Netflix or when its on sale on DVD.