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  • Trailer for Megamind: The Button Of Doom
  • Trailer for Megamind

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

The supervillain Megamind finally defeats his nemesis, the superhero Metro Man. But without a hero, he loses all purpose and must find new meaning to his life.

Cast

  • Will Ferrell
  • Brad Pitt
  • Tina Fey
  • Jonah Hill
  • David Cross
  • Ben Stiller
  • Justin Theroux
  • Jessica Schulte
  • Tom McGrath
  • Emily Nordwind

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • The film was originally titled "Master Mind". However, the name had already been trademarked by the makers of the 1970s board game and television show Mastermind (1972), so it could not be used. It was then going to be titled "Oobermind", which was a misspelling of the term "über-mind." The word "über" refers to something that is large or great; in this case, the title character's over-swollen skull/brain. But it didn't sound right, so it was revised to become "Megamind".
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Goofs

  • When Minion confronts Megamind about dating Roxanne Ritchie, Megamind disables Minion's arm. When Megamind says maybe he doesn't want to be the bad guy anymore, Minion recoils with a gasp and lifts both arms in surprise which he shouldn't have been able to do with a disabled arm. Minion is then shown driving away on his Segway, and his arm is once again disabled.
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Quotes

    • [from trailer]
    • Metro Man: All right, put your hands in the air!
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Metacritic

70
Dec 15, 2010

Megamind is snappy good fun.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter
65
Dec 15, 2010

Tries too hard and ultimately achieves less. It's undone by its own inferiority complex.

Metacritic review by Stephanie Zacharek
Stephanie Zacharek
Movieline
70
Dec 15, 2010

The kiddie set can chortle at Megamind's slapstick and its goofy one-upmanship while adults get a kick out of all the smart spatial tricks that highlight the 3-D effects.

Metacritic review by Bob Mondello
Bob Mondello
NPR