And Megamind, super-villain, wins.
Maybe this movie isn’t so normal after all…
Megamind’s ultimate dream (to rule MetroCity) starts out all he hoped for. But then life gets boring. What’s the point of being evil if there’s not good to stop you? He misses his rival, Metroman. Being the bad guy is all he’s ever wanted. Yet the bad guy doesn’t have a happy ending…and the bad guy never gets the girl. And when a new evil invades MetroCity, who will save the innocent bystanders? Megamind, super-villain surely can’t…
Movie Classification: PG
Company: DreamWorks Animation
My Rating: 4 1/2 Stars
I heard many negative reviews on this movie before I actually saw it — so my mind was made up that it wouldn’t be a good watch. A few minutes into the film, I changed my mind.
I enjoy the animation films of today that boast a fast-pace, action, hilarious dialogue, unforgettable characters, and a story-line worth remembering. Of course there are exceptions, but I found Megamind an extremely entertaining, well-presented film. Some parts are a little more predictable then others, yet the twists are enough to bring many laughs.
The old “superhero vs. supervillain” story was shaken up and stirred around. And what happened? Megamind.