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TODAY'S FEATURETTE by Guest Blogger, Vinnie:

"Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs" - The NEW DVD version for 2010!

This movie is based on the children's book "Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs".  My dad,step-mom, and I rented "Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs" yesterday from RedBox and watched it last night. It is 90 minutes of lunacy and fun.

"Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs" is about a town that has food for weather. The invention of the machine that turns water into food was that of Flint Lockwood, a scientist who has always ha an idea to fix the world.

In the past, they had all been failures, but this time, his invention worked. He just needed extra electricity to power it but in doing so it went haywire, flew into the sky, and with the moisture in the clouds it made, and rained cheeseburgers.

Even though at first it was a failure to him, everyone loved it and asked him for requests of food. In doing so, the machine made everything bigger because the food had mutated. Then, it brought in the problem of food coming alive. Then, Flint deactivated the machine causing the world to go back to normal.

This movie was really funny, good, and interesting.  I recommend it to any age, particularily 5-9 but adults may find enjoyment in it too. I know my dad and Tina sure did! 

Part of the reason it was so good was because the animation was incredible.  It looked almost real, but not quite there.

Below is the cover to the DVD so YOU can check it out! 

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Thanks Vinnie for blogging about what you watched last night! That Was a Fun Movie to Watch!  I remember you and Tina reading that book a few years ago.  Glad it was an interesting animated cartoon movie to blog about! 


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