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So it’s not the typical genre that I would watch at the cinema, so my expectations were somewhat low.
However, I am happy to say that this film was certainly a good laugh! I did enjoy it.
I guess it was specifically marketed at the Gen-Y population – I couldn’t see my parents enjoying it, and certainly not anybody younger than me!
It surprised me that it was the same directors as Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs – what a change in genre!! Continue reading
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Animated films have been growing in popularity because of the flexibility and ability to create elaborate sets. Fantastic films have been made thanks to the advanced technology now available from Toy Story 3 to Megamind to this film; Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs…
I was skeptical at first as it seemed like a silly and random storyline. However, after watching it from start to finish I found that the humour was similar to that of Megamind (one of my favourite animations) and the fantasy element like the 2009 animation Coraline. Continue reading
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