Megamind 3D

Dreamworks again took its shot into the 3 dimensional arena. Megamind is an animated comedy film brought to us by Dreamworks Animation and film mogul Paramount Pictures. Megamind 3d has been released last November 5, 2010 featuring the voices of Will Ferrell, Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, and Tina Fey.

It was under the direction of Tom McGrath when this film was brought to life.


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Seeing Megamind 3d will surely make you feel how it is to fly beyond the city skyline with their aerial combats along skyscrapers. Though Megamind cannot level up in comparison with The Incredibles, this is a 3d animated movie which can give action-pack and funny scenes for its viewers. What makes this 3d movie from Dreamworks different is that its characterization and hidden emotional truth can truly depict human emotions in the most colorful animated characters.

Megamind ( dubbed by Will Ferrell) and his life-long archenemy Metro Man (Brad Pitt) are aliens that were sent away from their respective home planets in time of tribulation.  Eventually, Megamind took the role of super villain, tries to conquer Metro City in every possible and imaginable way, each attempt a colossal failure because of the efforts of Metro Man, who becomes the hero of Metro City. It seems that the pattern will never cease until Megamind seemingly kills Metro Man during one of his many botched hostage plots involving news reporter Roxanne Ritchi  dubbed by Tina Fey.