Dryly funny, nicely voiced and beautiful to look at - the last fight scene in Metro City centre is astonishingly well realised - Megamind is an odd bod amongst the animated entries into the cinema canon of 2010. Its audience is unclear, its message is subversive and the humour is far from mainstream yet it features big name stars. In the end it is what kind of makes it enjoyable.
2-3. It has a really good central idea, but it noticeably has to keep twisting to get its desired results, which really makes it feel put together. For example, Megamind somehow being a baby raised by prisoners, somehow attending a school with normal children (and Metro Man), lying to Roxanne to get her to date him, etc. But it's mostly sweet and mildly emotionally satisfying in the right places. I like it overall.
this movie is fun and it kinda crushes the "nice guy, fedora wearing doritos and mtn dew loving" dudes. the animation, as far as i remember is p good. dreamworks is always really cute and original, but parodies are good too. wish they would grow out of the habit of baby-facing female characters and calling it a caricature, but yknow.
Not as funny as I expected it to be. Its an original story and it has an amazing script but, It needs a better direction, the main conflict takes time a lot of time to be established. I liked very much the philosophical approach to what is God, what is evil, and what is the true meaning of happyness. BUUUT, its an average movie with a clichéd and lousy soundtrack. 2/5