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Meltdown (2009)

Not Rated | | Short
Last night's leftovers are presented with a cold reality. A massive ice block has invaded the refrigerator and is swallowing the food one item at a time. In an epic struggle for their ... See full summary »

Director:

Dave Green (as David Green)

Writer:

Daniel Hartley
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Cast overview:
David Cross ... Ham Sandwich (voice)
Emanuel Borria ... Spaghetti (voice)
Ryan Bradley Ryan Bradley ... Celery (voice)
Genevieve Jones ... Milk (voice)
Daniel Hartley ... Mayonnaise (voice)
Sunny Peabody Sunny Peabody ... Butter (voice)
Justin Uretz ... Orange (voice)
Martin Dusig Martin Dusig ... Marty (as Marty Dusig)
DeAnn Trimarchi ... Marty's Wife (as DeAnne Trimarchi)
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Last night's leftovers are presented with a cold reality. A massive ice block has invaded the refrigerator and is swallowing the food one item at a time. In an epic struggle for their survival, Spaghetti, Ham Sandwich, and Celery embark on a journey to the refrigerator's temperature control knob. Written by Anonymous

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Short

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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So this is what happens when you close the refrigerator door!
23 April 2014 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

"Meltdown" is a wonderfully silly and original short film from David Green. It's about the adventures of your food in your refrigerator when you close the door! Yes, they have adventures...and the food is anthropomorphic! It talks and even moves. The reason the food starts talking is because the refrigerator is getting too cold--so cold that the food is starting to freeze. So, it's up to our brave heroes, the wise celery and the valiant plate of spaghetti to save the day--as each try to turn the dial down to warm up the fridge!

The stop-motion animation is very nice and the voices work well. But, most importantly, the weirdness is the star--and the weirdness make it quite endearing. Worth seeing. And, if you do, watch through the credits or you'll miss something.


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