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The film is about Flint Lockwood, a young cute inventor, lives with glib monkey Steve. His inventions like the Remote-Control Television, Hair Un-Balder, Flying Car and RatBirds are 'weird' products. But an invention suddenly makes him a hero. What is it?
But it's fun, it has some good messages and what kid won't enjoy seeing pancakes flatten a roof and an ice-cream blizzard that you can eat while you play in it? Especially when it's presented in colorful 3-D splendor?
September 18, 2009
Grownups will enjoy the witty dialog and zippy script, especially when it makes playful nods to big sci-fi popcorn romps like Twister, The Day After Tomorrow, Armageddon and Star Wars.
Determined to have their cake and eat it too, writer-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller first invite us to revel in ice cream mountains and nacho cheese fountains, then clobber us with ham-handed nutritional moralism.