Written November 21, 2010
I have seen this movie in 3D 2 times. Once alone and the other with my daughter, son-in-law and the 3 grand kids. This movie did have a very good story line which makes one forget about the 3D affects. Good humer through-out the movie with mild tense moments. The ending had a slight twist that was a surprise to all that watched it. The only negative comment that could be made and my son-in-law agreed, was that the movie could have been approximately 5 minutes shorter. This was felt due to a slowness in the story line when the girl and new villian relationship/conlfict was presented. A good feature of the movie in 3D was the glasses, which were made of a thicker plastic that was 100% more comfortable than the old style paper or thin plastic glasses. Hopefully this is what awaits for future 3D movies. I would rate this movie for children 8 and above,(tense conflicts), and for adults due to the humor.
Written November 26, 2010
My daughter and I went to see Megamind in 3D. It was already a great experience since I purchased the tickets through Fandango and didn't have to wait in line. The movie was awesome. First time I have seen a movie in the new 3d technology. Loved the fact that the villian became the good guy and vice versa. A must see for anyone with children.
Written November 02, 2010
I went to an early screening of the movie a few days ago and I have go to tell y'all it was GREAT! I enjoyed the plot and humor! Haha I recommend this movie to anyone who is alive and breathing out there!
Written November 06, 2010
At the heart of this movie is the nature (abilities, gifts and talents one is born with) v. nurture (the environment, community and those things we learn) debate. It teaches a wonderful lesson that despite our situations (poverty or wealth, parenting, opportunities, etc.) we should all work to be the best people we can be. From the beginning Megamind was set up to be a bad guy. He was essentially raised by criminals and soon believed the only thing he was good at was being bad. So his intent was to be the best of the bad. Megamind becomes a changed "man" and realizes that it is what you do with what you have that is ultimately important. I recommend this movie for all ages, we all can learn from it.
Written December 14, 2010
grreat animation and clarity. V