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Robin and Laura Clifford Offer an Equal Amount of Nothing in “Cloudy 2”

In response to Robin Clifford’s 752‑word review of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 on Reeling Reviews

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The two halves of Robin and Laura Clifford’s review are equally disappointing in their latest generic work titled “Reeling Review’s Review of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.”

Reeling Review’s Review provides the reader with unique visuals at the top. One may be distracted from the content, however most will surely appreciate the welcoming vibe.

Unfortunately, there is little content for the reader to enjoy in Reeling Review’s Review. In fact, one is served up with the same dish twice, which can be incredibly frustrating and is a problematic concept both in theory and in practice. The gimmick of having two reviewers fails to work when both fail to provide any valuable insight, or apply an out-of-the-box approach.  

Robin is effective in conveying the general plot idea, but offers little to the reader in regards to analysis and original thoughts. The critic’s refusal to expand on brief statements is upsetting.

Laura offers the reader a bit more, but ultimately fails as well through sheer lack of excitement or thought-provoking commentary. The critic teases at the possibility of providing more to the reader, but in the end, fails to expand on the artistic themes of the film.

Reeling Reviews’ Review could be improved with clear opening statements and closes that can connect with the reader, as opposed to briefly covering the specifics without a complete analysis.     

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