Flint Lockwood is an inventor who just wants to prove himself to everyone in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Unfortunately no one really understands his inventions or find them useful – that is until he develops the FLDSMDFR. But with his track record of failed inventions, it's not long before it starts raining oversized mutated foods.
February 28, 2013 by cheezley
Fix-It Felix Jr. is one of the main protagonists and the star of the fictional arcade game, “Fix-It Felix Jr.” in Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph. When Ralph leaves the game to make himself a hero, Felix goes after him and proves himself to be caring and helpful. He wears a typical repair-man uniform…just add golden hammer!
October 2, 2013 by Amy
Brent McHale is the town celebrity of Swallow Falls in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. He was the spokesperson for the town’s sardine cannery as a baby and still does guest appearances as Baby Brent – even though it seems wrong for a grown man to be parading around in diapers. He helps Flint and Sam save the town after he becomes Chicken Brent – let’s just say you have to watch the movie to know what that means.May 4, 2013 by Amy
Carl Fredricksen develops a plan to fulfill his wife’s life-long dream of moving their home to Paradise Falls by turning their house into a makeshift aircraft with thousands of attached helium balloons. His plans go awry when he finds a young stow away, Russell, who involves them in a mission to save Kevin the bird from the grasp of Charles F. Muntz.
March 5, 2013 by cheezley
When Coraline’s family moves to a new house, she feels bored and neglected. She explores the new neighborhood and finds a secret door that leads to a parallel universe where everyone and everything is exactly as Coraline wants it…or so she thinks. She must use her bravery and determination to save herself and return to her family who, as it turns out, isn’t so bad after all.August 17, 2013 by Amy
Despite his somewhat disheveled look, Albert Einstein is one of the most brilliant minds of the 20th century. He won the Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to theoretical physics. Even most people can recite his famous equation, E=mc2 (though trying to explain it might be another story).
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