Judi Barrett’s book ‘Cloudy with a chance of meatballs’ should have been left as a single film. This sequel which takes the ‘weather food’ predicament a step further did not entertain.
The ‘foodimals’ are unique and interesting to watch, but the antagonist and his motive don’t work even on an animated level. Many scenes from the film remind you of ‘Jurassic Park’ and ‘Avatar’, but nothing saves the film.
This is a rich animated product which lacks the magic, awe and connection with the audience.
Two decades later, one of my favourite films comes alive on screen, in 3D. Like Titanic 3D, this film didn’t have any additional scenes and the 3D was for depth perception, adding to the existing effects of the film but didn’t feel like anything new. The film is everything it was in 1993, bringing back teenage memories and the thrill of watching dinosaurs.
The Trilogy was well received but part 4 has been in talks since the last decade. Finally, we have news that Jurassic Park 4 is being released on 13th June 2014.