Megamind (DVD)

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Megamind (DVD)

DreamWorks Animation presents this satirical take on the superhero genre, directed Tom McGrath. Notorious Metro City villian Megamind (voice of Will F...

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ProFun!!!

ConsPredictable - but not neccessarily a negative

This Dreamworks film reminds me a lot of “Despicable Me” also by Dreamworks released in 2010 – I enjoyed Despicable Me from the story-line (who can steal the moon first!) to the characters and the humour. “Megamind” and “Despicable Me” are two films that are a little different to the norm - not...

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“A Mega Film!”

published 07/04/2011

ProGood voice cast performances, enjoyable, funny, go...

ConsSome of the humour goes over younger viewers heads

When Megamind was born, he was thrust from the arms of his parents down to planet Earth in his special space capsule, and lands in a prison. He is then brought up by the prisoners, but gets day release to go to the local school. However, when he's there, he discovers a fellow child is a bit of a...

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“Ow my Giant Blue Head!”

published 26/02/2011

Proacting. screenplay story

Consnone

Megamind is an animated superhero comedy film that was released in 2010. Megamind was directed by Tom McGrath and the film was produced by 4 people Lara Breay, Denise Nolan Cascino, Ben Stiller and Stuart Cornfeld, Ben Stiller also voices a character in Megamind. Megamind was created on a budget...

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ProScreenplay, Animation, Soundtrack

ConsStory I guess.

The Plot : After a mixup at some planet in a galaxy far away from ours, 2 Kids are sent rescued from their dying planet to find their quest of life. Both crash land in the nearest inhabitant " The Earth ". The blue skinned and big brain is " Mega Mind " and the cute lovable and supernatural kid...

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Excellent

ProFunny, good morals

Consa few sketchy parts that question if a child shoul...

Megamind is probably the best family film I have ever watched. It is amusing for the kids and for the adults. It is hilarious and it also involves morals so its great all around. The children love Megaminds big blue head and the funny things he does, while us adults enjoy his witty comments and...

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Excellent

ProGreat soundtrack, funny

ConsToo short

This Dreamworks Animation can be easily compared with Pixar’s ‘The Incredibles’. It shares a similar visual appearance, especially on the blu-ray format it is just a pleasure on the eyes, it also has the same superhero, comedy feel to it. But it turns out not to be your average story, the plot...

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DreamWorks Animation presents this satirical take on the superhero genre, directed Tom McGrath. Notorious Metro City villian Megamind (voice of Will Ferrell) becomes an unlikely savior to the troubled metropolis after defeating beloved do-gooder Metro Man (voice of Brad Pitt) and creating a new opponent who refuses to play by the rules. Megamind was only an infant when his parents loaded him into an emergency escape pod and jettisoned him into space just as their planet was being sucked into a black hole. His destination: planet Earth. Meanwhile, another slightly more wholesome baby sets out on the same trajectory. But while the latter will ultimately land in the home of a wealthy couple and grow up to become Metro Man, hero of Metro City, poor Megamind finds his fate taking the opposite course when his pod crashes in a prison yard, leaving him to be raised by convicts. Later, in grade school, the kids all flock to Metro Man, leaving a frustrated Megamind to embrace a life of diabolical misdeeds. As the years go by, Metro Man and Megamind develop an intense adversarial relationship that pits them in battle over Metro City time and again. Undeterred by his unbroken losing streak, Megamind hatches an ingenious scheme to finally destroy Metro Man by kidnapping pretty reporter Roxanne Ritchi (voice of Tina Fey), and luring the predictable hero into a deadly trap. Then something unexpected happens -- Megamind’s plan actually works. Now, with Metro Man out of the picture, Megamind and his Minion (voice of David Cross) stake their claim on Metro City. But what good is ultimate power when you don’t even have to fight for it? Realizing that life is simply out of balance without Metro Man to be the hero, Megamind creates a new foe who will be just as righteous and powerful as his fallen adversary. Unfortunately, Megamind’s schemes usually have a way of backfiring, and when Metro City’s newest savior proves even more evil than Megamind, the blue-hued antihero prepares to fight back with everything he's got.

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