Megamind (2010) putlocker – Watch Megamind (2010) full movie online free

Watch Megamind (2010) full movie online free – I really loved this film, it had me entertained all the way through. The main character, Megamind is very easy to relate to whatever age you are and is very handsome despite being blue with an over large head. Megamind has to use his intelligence to get by in life as he has no superpowers and he faces everyday situations such as dating, dealing with school bullies and friendships in his own quirky style. The animation was very good with great attention to detail and the voices well suited to the characters. The jokes and comedy were very original and certainly appealed to my sense of humour. All in all a very good film which I will definitely watch again.

Megamind (2010) putlocker – Watch Megamind (2010) full movie online free

Review Megamind (2010) by Elias Ashley – Possibly The New Shrek!

I don’t remember the last time I enjoyed an animated movie this much! One reason being the gorgeous 3D animation-I mean…look at Minion’s dome! I was gee-king inside and out on how detailed this movie is from the characters to the scenery. Every time I watch the movie, I always spot something new! Megamind shouldn’t have been advertised as a full blown comedy, because this movie held plenty of deep lessons to be learned and so laughter was a little on the offside at times, but those tender moments were probably the best part of the movie! Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, and especially David Cross impressed me with their voice acting talent! I felt as though they ARE the characters…it just felt real to me.

Megamind has a lot of great lines and is a great family film! A must see!

Review Megamind (2010) by Amit Srivastava – Don’t miss it…

I have read some reviews here and see it being unfairly compared to some Pixar’s… I would rather rate it on its own merit. When I am sitting in a theater I would rather watch the current movie than try and compare it with others I have seen before. I guess that is just me! So here goes.

It is worth a watch (or two if your kids want you to). The story is built up on a traditional superhero concept inspired heavily from the first “Superman” movie to the “Return of Superman”. However, the jokes are often original and some can get an LOL out of you. All in all, there is enough good humor sprinkled throughout the movie to keep everyone smiling.

If you can, do watch the 3D version. It has some good action scenes which look great in 3D but if not, you aren’t missing a lot. This is not one created specifically for 3D pleasure – unlike Dreamwork’s “How to train your dragon”. Do watch out for some great dialogs by Megamind, and even some cutesy ones that seem right out of a Dilbert strip (office humor, if it wasn’t clear enough). My favorite is “He is still not used to positive feedback” probably funnier in context.

All in all an entertaining package.

Review Megamind (2010) by projectblue02 – I Love Megamind!

I tend to watch all the new animated movies that come out nowadays. It’s simply amazing to watch each new advancement with each new movie. Megamind truly was enjoyable to watch, all the details and small touches made it a wonderful show. Just the right amount of humor and seriousness, with a strong love interest. It’s everything I was looking for in a movie. The character, Megamind himself, voiced with Will Ferrel makes him seriously lovable, how can we not love a silly underdog trying his best? Music for the movie I felt was perfect picks for each type of scene, they seem to give the movie much more power! I want to see much more of these characters, I’ve already seen it a few times in the theaters, 3D and normal, each time unforgettable!

Please Dreamworks, keep going with this one, it’s a true winner in my book, I would just love to see more!

Review Megamind (2010) by med77_99 – An enjoyable animation for adults and kids alike

I watched this movie tonight with my wife and kids, we really enjoyed this a lot, I found myself actually attached to the characters and intrigued by the plot. I also found myself entertained with the action scenes. My kids also enjoyed it, more so than they enjoyed the lame Alpha and Omega. I guess most of you know what the plot is, so I won’t go into it. It is just fun and involves super powers and super hero’s battles. Most of you are probably reading this to decide whether to go and see it or not, let me say, go ahead, it is worth it and enjoyable! And I also like to add, we watched it in 2D, so I’m not sure how it is in 3D, but I’m assuming just as good if not better.

Review Megamind (2010) by Cody Dang – Putting the Mind in MEGAMIND

Let me begin this review by saying that I was very pleasantly surprised with ‘Megamind.’ I was not expecting much beyond what we’ve all seen in the trailers: cheeky laughs, slapstick humor, and the like. While it is certainly all there and accounted for, I was very surprised by the level of humanity and realism underneath the misleading facade of colorful, CG images which might have implied this would be a kid’s movie and nothing more. Some of the great parts of the movie are present in the first few minutes of the film, where we see how Megamind came to be a villain. We see a baby Megamind being carried by his parents, who tell him that he was destined to become something, though he doesn’t remember what. He is sent to Earth at the same time as Metro Man, his opposite and future rival. As fate has it, the baby Metro Man crash lands in a rich family’s house while baby Megamind crash lands in a prison. They are raised in their new homes, causing them to become what their environments expect them to become. This bit in which the babies are seemingly thrown into a place where they seemingly ‘belong’ sets the stage for a great exploration of the theme of identity and destiny, and begs the question of whether we have roles to play or whether we directly choose our own paths.

Not much later, we see an older Megamind dealing with another problem that we should all be able relate to–the desire to be accepted by society. It is especially difficult for Megamind, being a the only blue alien among his many peers at school, while his rival, Metro Man, seems to always be the object of favor. As we get to understand Megamind’s reasons for being a villain, there’s an excellent example of role reversal–we perceive the ‘bad guy,’ Megamind, as the good guy, because we can relate to his problems and understand the motivation behind his actions. We also see the ‘good guy’, Metro Man, as the bad guy, because he is, ironically, less human than Megamind–Metro Man is without flaw, and is without any understanding or sympathy for Megamind. A good example is one of the earlier scenes, where Megamind accidentally starts a fire when he attempts to use a ray gun to pop corn for his classmates. Metro Man saves the class by extinguishing the fire, and he is praised while everyone shuns Megamind. Metro man and the class look past Megamind’s intentions to be good, and only at the fact that a fire has been started from his attempt. They see Megamind in an unfortunately prejudiced way, and they don’t consider the motivation for his actions, but only results of the actions themselves.

At that moment, Megamind feels that he and Metro man are destined to have specific roles as the bad guy and the good guy. The whole beginning sequence on the earlier years of Megamind works for well, packing a lot of humanity into first the few minutes. This is great for several reasons–we are immediately to connect to and root for our main character, Megamind, and none of it feels rushed. We immediately understand his jealousy and his desire to be accepted and have his own role–he decides that if he can’t be perfect like Metro man, he will try to be what he is ‘good’ at–being bad. It also enables the rest of the film to explore the development of Megamind’s established character and whether he is really stuck with the ‘role’ he’s been given-and it all plays out very well as he discovers the path to one’s destiny and identity with his rival Metro Man and his love interest, Roxanne. The film is also legitimately funny on multiple occasions! In short, I believe Megamind is a mega-masterpiece, and that it is also very thoughtful, putting the ‘mind’ in MEGAMIND.

Review Megamind (2010) by big_pk – sick animated flick

if your looking for a good old time and lots of laughs. I suggest you watch Megamind. This movie had all around laughs and took a different spin at superhero movies and gave us a great surprise that i know you would all enjoy. This flick is for all ages. Me and wife enjoyed it even thou we have no kids. I give Megamind five thumbs up . Hope you get to enjoy this wonderful movie. Make sure to bring someone you will enjoy being a kid with again . love it love it love it!!! hope to see more flicks come like this in the future. it seems that animated flicks have come a long way and continue to grow and become great movies of all time.thank you all.

Review Megamind (2010) by Alan Devine – A well developed movie for adults and kids

Every so often I watch a film with limited enthusiasm, simply because I have time me to kill. On these occasions I sometimes stumble across a true delight and am pleasantly surprised…a film that maybe had “mixed” reviews or that received little attention upon its release. Megamind is such a film; a great work of animation and character development.

The film should delight adults and children with enough in it to satisfy all tastes. There is also plenty of amusing and hilarious satire with regard to superhero movies and super villains.

Many superheros and villains are often depicted as wholly good or wholly bad, having at best some traumatic event setting them on their inevitable and unchangeable course. This film actually highlights certain sources of inner turmoil and insecurities of the characters in a very entertaining way and develops the characters as they work these out.

There’s also plenty of rip roaring action on the way.

Great stuff! Highly recommended!

Review Megamind (2010) by L_Knight_91 – Some villains are born to be heroes.

Megamind, the big-headed alien always picked the last and took for granted while his rival Metroman was the school popular and the handsome boy who everyone wanted to be his friend are always in a conflict and everyone favoring Metroman, Megamind takes this chance to be a villain and extract revenge upon his rival.

Seeing the cast was quite the surprise seeing Will Farrell, Brad Pitt and Tina Fey, while i’m a huge fan of Farrell i went to this movie and it was really good, voice acting is top notch, the comedy stands out and i really liked the soundtrack since most of the songs are old-school.

This movie is recommended for everyone you will laugh and Will Farrell will draw smiles on the audience, if you get the chance to see it in 3D then go for it since the action scenes are powerful and breathtaking.

See more:

 

Leave a Reply

Copyright By 365comedymovies.com