"Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2" earned $35 million in its opening weekend, beating out several other films.
The latest installment picks up where the first one left off. An inventor thought he saved the world by destroying his invention that turns water into food causing cheeseburger rain and spaghetti tornadoes. Unfortunately the machine survived and is now creating food-animals-"foodimals!" The inventor and cohorts must battle such menacing creatures as "tacodiles", "shrimpanzees", and "cheespiders".
"Not likely," explained Dr. Howie Waystyertime, "There is no scientific theory, evidence, or reason, for that matter that would support the phenomena that occur in either of these films."
Dr. Waystyertime stated "it's a grossly misleading concept and gives society the wrong idea."
When asked about other instances where science was not reconciled in movies, Waystyertime cited "Charlie and The Chocolate Factory", "The Entire Austin Powers Series", and "any movie in which vampires sparkle."
Dr. Waystyertime has made it a personal and life long mission to discredit movies that are not scientifically accurate.