Basing a film around the premise of animals made entirely of food (“foodimals”) is a risky move. There’s a reason why the talking vegetables on <I>The Muppet Show</I> were limited to bit parts. Like a lot of foods, they’re best served in small portions. Yet with <I>Saturday Night Live</I> alumnus Bill Hader voicing the lead character of aspiring inventor Flint Lockwood, one can’t help but be reminded of a beloved piece of recent <I>SNL</I> history: travel tips from Hader’s kooky, coked-up New York club kid Stefon Zolesky. After all, <I>Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2</I> has every...