Written November 08, 2013
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.
Written November 16, 2013
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 October 25, 2013
The first movie, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, was cute. A show about an outcast who meets another outcast and becomes the town hero. This movie is a protagonist vs. antagonist--end of story.
The quips and failing charges of humor aren't there as they hit the audience in bombarding jests as if entering a snowball fight. Instead of letting the tide calm before the new next storm, the viewers are hit with so-so jokes one after another, deflating the tiny bit of humor that would have been served.
The kids liked it because the food is alive and there is a rescue of "wildlife." This allows their imagination to grow, which a parent appreciates.
As a parent taking kids to see a movie is exceedingly difficult, without previewing it first, because of crass humor and anticipating unforeseen violence. This is one concern I do not have with this movie, which is a huge relief.
Written December 26, 2013
It was a great family to take the kids to see on Christmas Day. My oldest daughter loved figuring out the creature names before they were given.
Written October 14, 2013
My Grandchildren & I just loved this movie. All's I herd for two days was BUTTA, PARKEY!! We had a blast.