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Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

English Summative 2010

Susanne Hong

on 17 October 2010

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Transcript of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

CLOUDY with a CHANCE of Meatballs original children's book by Judi Barrett, illustration by Ron Barrett first published in 1978; it became an instant classic Pickles to Pittsburgh, a sequel to Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs published in hardcover in 2000 Plot: Two children, Henry and his sister, who listen to their grandfather tell the story of the town of Chewandswallow, where the weather comes three times a day, at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and is always food and beverages. one of the first pages of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Book intended for humor purposes; the idea of having food fall from the sky More than three MILLION copies sold Main idea is to show children to exercise your imagination. Although the intended audience is for young children (ages 4-8), it also is a fine example of surealism art for aspiring teenagers and a good read for adults with humor. A movie was adapted in 2009 based on the book. Star Starring.. The movie was composed of several themes such as.. Father-Son Following Dreams Acceptance Responsibility Love Friendship Character
Development Bill Hader voices Flint Lockwood Anna Faris stars as Samantha "Sam" Sparks Bill Hader with Anna Faris As Sam Sparks and Flint Lockwood. ...... Loads of book-to-movie parallels, especially in the design and artwork section, such as: the Jello castle, first seen in Ron Bennett's illustrations and now in animation. The hamburger clouds, first in the book by Bennett and now in the animation The pancake that covered the school was also one of Ron Bennett's ideas. The conflicts shown in the movie are: man vs man and man vs society Flint wants to makes things right with his dad and tie the broken knots. Flint who is an outcast, wants to be accepted by his society. Be yourself Directed by Phil Lord
and Christopher Miller. The movie was more of a
"feel-good" movie rather than an
"exercising your imagination" movie. In the movie, there was a
machine that Flint had invented
(FLDSMDFR) instead of the grandparents
and children you would find in the book. Order: Director/actors
Idea of the Movie
and lastly Conflict
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