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The place: the residence of Jon Arbuckle and his overweight cat Garfield. The time: snack-time. Suddenly, uninvited guests burst into the Arbuckle home. They’re weird, they look like meatballs, and their target is Jon’s well-stocked fridge. They aren’t really guests at all, but invaders… from another planet!

The Alien Food Invaders are almost as dangerous as they are ridiculous. They want to capture all food to build lethal fighting vehicles which they’ll use to take over the Earth. Yes, they convert food into weapons and it’s no laughing matter, for when our food turns against us and bites… er…bites the hand that it would have fed, humanity must collapse.
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