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Rated PG · 96 minutes · 2010

Action, Adventure, Animated
The bad guy gets his brief moment in the sun in Megamind, an animated film that ultimately lacks animation. It’s not the fault of the concept: Megamind (the voice of Will Ferrell) eventually overpowers his nemesis, the unassailable superhero Metro Man (Brad Pitt), and ends up feeling empty inside, because his reason to be evil no longer exists. But like a joke that never pays off after the setup, Megamind struggles to build on its novel idea. While Ferrell is very funny, he’s almost too funny for everything around him: a collection of stale animation; leaden vocal performances by Pitt, Tina Fey and Jonah Hill; and not enough attention to detail. Will kids like it? They’d better, or else this one’s sunk.
Official Site: www.megamindmovie.com
Director: Tom McGrath
Producer: Lara Breay, Denise Cascino, Ben Stiller and Stuart Cornfeld
Cast: Will Ferrell, Brad Pitt, Tina Fey, Jonah Hill and David Cross

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Portland Mercury It Ain't Easy Being Blue Megamind entertainingly blurs the lines between superhero and supervillain. by Ned Lannamann 11/04/2010
Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, June 17 Choose from hobbits, animated villains, extreme kayaking, love at a state fair, fashion photography, a green superhero or an apartment full of penguins. It's all at the movies. 06/17/2011
NUVO Ed reviews: 'Megamind' Despite an apparently stellar voice-cast, the animated flick is only amusing at best. Ed weighs in on Dreamworks' latest mediocrity. by Ed Johnson-Ott 11/05/2010
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The Coast Halifax Megamind is mega-smart The star-studded film lacks eye-popping animation, but its smart script saves the day by Matt Semansky 11/11/2010
Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, Nov. 5 Galifianakis (again?) as the hilarious sidekick (again?); Franco reads Ginsberg; the Coen Bros. reimagined; 20 stories of issues colored women deal with; the first 24 hours of the Lebanon War; and how the line between the good guys and the bad guys sometimes gets blurred. Plus a slew of special screenings. It's all at the movies. 11/05/2010
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