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Jay Stone’s “Cloudy 2” Review Does the Rope-a-Dope

In response to Jay Stone’s 704‑word review of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 on Canada.com 

http://o.canada.com/2013/09/25/movie-review-cloudy-with-a-chance-of-meatballs-2/

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Jay Stone is leaning against the ropes but protects himself and the reader with, “Movie review: Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2”, a fantastic piece of work that deflects cinematic punches, and smiles to the audience by delivering a knockout of a review.

Round one of Cloudy With A Chance is the Raging Bull of opening paragraphs. The critic attacks with a swift and impactful description of creatures that is relentless. The proverbial first-row reader will look on with amazement, and wonder who exactly is delivering the sweet combos. It’s Jay Stone, folks, and it is time to recognize the talent.

Stone brings laughs with a brief—yet potent—second paragraph that offers a personal touch and will most certainly ingratiate the reader to the talent of the critic.

The middle paragraphs of Cloudy With A Chance have the feel of someone who is having fun and wants you to be a part of it. It’s a fantastic feeling, and the reader will be pleased with thorough plot description that are humorous and informing.

In the final exhilarating paragraphs, Stone looks after the reader by noting the effects that some gags may have on children, and also conveys the strong points of the film with intellect. One couldn’t ask for more, and the reader will not only be thankful, but well informed.

Cloudy With A Chance uses Rope-a-Dope review technique to make the reader experience the best that it can be.    

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