Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009) 3D YIFY Movie

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009) 3D

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The Synopsis for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009) 3D


The Director and Players for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009) 3D

[Director]Chris Miller
[Director]Phil Lord
[Role:Mayor Shelbourne]Bruce Campbell
[Role:Tim Lockwood]James Caan
[Role:Flint Lockwood]Bill Hader
[Role:Sam Sparks]Anna Faris


The Reviews for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009) 3D


Reviewed byRare AddictVote: 9/10/10

Just to set the record straight, I'm not a fan of most non-DisneyAnimation, non-Pixar animated films being released these days, and evenmy faith in the former was just recently renewed with last year's Bolt(which has topped Pulp Fiction as my personal favorite movie of alltime). Sure, every once in a while, a brilliant piece such as Coralinewill come along, but honestly, I find that to be one of the relativelyfew exceptions from this decade. So, with that said, I initially wasn'tlooking forward to seeing Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. Whatfurther detracted from my excitement were the trailers, which led me tobelieve that the film was going to be strictly targeted towardschildren. Having just seen the film, though, I am happy to say that allof my fears were put to rest.

Visually, this is perhaps one of the most spectacular animated moviesI've ever seen, with literally every frame being a feast for the eyes.There were moments, especially throughout the movie's undeniablythrilling climax, in which my jaw just dropped in amazement. Not tothrow in so much hyperbole, but this truly is one of the best animatedfilms in terms of pure eye candy. While there's so much else in thismovie to enjoy, the visuals alone make it worth the price of admission.

The vocal performances in Cloudy are some of the most impressive onesI've heard in quite some time. Both Bill Hader and Anna Faris as Flintand Sam, respectively, capture the essence of these twosocially-awkward, smarter-than-you-might-think type of charactersperfectly. Overall, I felt these two characters had some realchemistry, and as a result, I thoroughly enjoyed watching theirrelationship evolve throughout the course of the film. Mr. T is alsoterrific as the city cop, Earl, delivering some of the mostgut-bustingly hilarious lines in the entire film. With that said, thisis quite possibly the funniest animated movie that I've ever seen. Toput it simply, there were a couple of moments in which I literallythought that I was going to be ill.

I walked out of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs with very much thesame feeling as I did with '08's aforementioned Bolt: astonished by howmediocre I initially expected the film to be, and how enjoyable itactually ended up being. The only thing keeping this film from gettinga 10/10 in my book is – even with the few scenes that managed to tug atmy heartstrings - the lack of an emotional punch powerful enough to getme choked up. However, given the film's quirky nature, I view that as amild complaint at best. Go see it, folks.

NauseatingReviewed byMitchell McRaeVote: 1/10

This movie is just awful. In fact, it's so bad that it makes Cars 2 look like Finding Nemo. I saw the movie on a full stomach and in 3D. I quickly had the feeling that I would start vomiting if I didn't leave the movie. I decided to stay since I was watching the movie with my friend's son. He seemed to enjoy the movie. He laughed and even clapped at times. I noticed as the movie went on that my little companion was slouching and holding his stomach. The bright vivid food that continuously fell from the sky was so overwhelming. It was so colorful that it hurt my eyes. The suggestion that was set forth hurt my stomach. I noticed that my companion seemed to feel the same. I thoroughly enjoyed the children's book; however, this movie destroyed all chances that I would be reading it again. The colors in the book were soft and southing. That way you could actually concentrate on the storyline. I am not recommending that anyone, young or old, see this movie. It is truly terrible.

Reviewed bySebastian ZavalaVote: 8/10/10

Although - as many people do - I generally prefer Pixar films to theanimated fare created by other companies, I can't deny that a film likeCloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is very hard not to love. Although itisn't particularly complex, thought-provoking, beautiful or masterful,it's a very entertaining, funny, cute-as-hell and effective animatedfilm. Children with definitely love it, and adults... well, thatactually depends on the adult in question. Although I certainly enjoyall kinds of movies, there's always - for me - some satisfaction to behad when watching something so obviously goofy and kiddy. Meatballs iskiddy, and that's precisely what I loved about it. It may not be thisyear's best animated movie - that honour goes to Pixar's Up - but itcertainly is better than the likes of Monsters vs. Aliens.

The film tells the story of Flint Lockwood (voice of Bill Hader), ayoung inventor who dreams of, someday, creating something that will beloved by everyone and make him more popular and, most importantly,improve the lives of everyone in town. Unfortunately, he hasn't beenable to do so, and his technofobic father (voice of James Caan) doesn'treally help at all. One day, though, he manages to invent somethingthat will change the lives of everyone in town forever: a machine thatmakes food fall from the sky. Everybody seems to be happy with him now- including mayor Shelbourne (Bruce Campbell) and the by-the-bookpolice offer, Earl (Mr. T) - but, predictably enough, something goeswrong: excess amounts of food start to overload the island where thetown is located, and now Flint, along with TV reporter Sam Sparks (AnnaFaris) has to try to solve their problem.

Yes, the plot is pretty predictable, and it certainly won't make anyoneabove the age of 5 be shocked with surprise or anything of the sort,but it certainly is very imaginative, and it should work in a very "oh,it's sort of nice" kind of way. I liked the way Flint was portrayed -Hader's wacky and not-so-recognizable voice is perfect for thecharacter - and the fact that, although most characters are eitherarchetypes or stereotypes - consider, for the example, Bruce Campbell'sgreedy and - eventually - obese mayor - they are all voice soprofessionally and characterized in such an naive and cute kind of way,that one just doesn't care. I rooted for Flint the whole way, and Iactually thought that the romantic sub-plot between him and Sam wascute and funny.

Visually, I don't think the movie is on par to the likes of Wall-E orUp, but I think that comparing it to those productions would be a bitunfair. Wall-E had a sort-of realistic kind of look, and Up, while alittle more cartoonish, had a very realistic flair to it. On the otherhand, there's something very old-fashioned in Cloudy with a Chance ofMeatballs' look and the way it is animated. Characters behave and movethe way old TV cartoons behaved forty or more years ago, and I likethat. They jump a lot, are very "agile" and are just... cartoonish.Clearly, the animators didn't want the movie to give a palpable senseof realism; in a way, they were trying to craft an old-fashionedcartoon with the latest technological tools, and they have done it verysuccessfully.

What else can I say about the movie? It certainly is very naive, and itdoesn't explore any deep themes or moral problems, but that's just OK.While this year's mediocre Monsters vs. Aliens was terribly simplistic,Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is just simple, and there's nothingwrong with that. Of course, there's nothing wrong with movies likeWall-E having very significant messages and complex love stories andsuch, but if a parent wants to go with their toddler to see a moviethat isn't very complicated but that isn't stupid or boring either,then Meatballs is an excellent choice. After all, even if there isn'tmuch beneath the surface, I can't imagine a single adult maintaining astraight face throughout the film's runningtime. The movie ishilarious, - just remember Flint's father's eyebrows! -, it'sinventive, it's imaginative; it's also pretty gorgeous and it featuressome effective voice acting and interesting, wacky characters. It's notdumb and it doesn't pander to the least common denominator. Mostinterestingly, though, it made me hungry. That's not a quality manymovies posses.

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