Megamind, by DreamWorks Animation, is a great, fun filled, family movie.  Brad Pitt, Tina Fey, Jonah Hill and Will Ferrell make their appearances in the movie as the main characters.  This is a great family movie, with comedy and animation as a bonus.  It’s a family pleaser that both adults and kids will enjoy.
Megamind takes place in Metro City where the struggle between Metroman and Megamind takes place.  The movie is inspired by the voice of Megamind, as he takes us through his journey where good meets evil.  Metroman is the cities hero, always at the aid of the citizens whenever needed.  On the other hand, Megamind is a villain who is constantly trying to overthrow Metroman, but never succeeding.  Both characters have a history with each other, that formed their present relationship.  The past comes into play, when their struggles only get worse.  Megamind (Will Ferrell) is finally successful when he kills Metroman (Brad Pitt).  He becomes very bored as there is no one for him to fight.  To solve this problem, he creates a new superhero; Titan.  Instead of using his powers for good, he instead uses them to destroy the city forcing Megamind to become the only thing he never thought he would be; the good guy.
Movie genre: Animation, Family, Comedy
Rated: PG
Opening date: November 5th 2010
Starring: Brad Pitt, Tina Fey, Jonah Hill, Will Ferrell
Director: Tom McGrath
Studio: DreamWorks Animation
Tobacco use: No tobacco use J
Movie Review           
This was a fun, family movie and I think both parents and kids will enjoy this movie. It has it’s humerus moments and teaches kids and well as adults some lessons about life and such.
The animation really brings the characters to life.  The characters are all unique and all have their own take on the struggle between good and evil. The movie itself was also very unique.  I liked the tad bit of comedy in the movie, there was some funny scenes. I also liked the lessons the movie taught the audience. Megamind is such a neat character from his funky costumes to his weird personality and his “blue” look. 
The trailer made it look hilarious, when in fact there were just small parts of comedy. Overall, I really enjoyed watching the movie and definitely recommend taking the family out to watch.