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Monsters vs. Aliens
When California girl Susan Murphy is unexpectedly clobbered by a meteor full of outer space gunk, she mysteriously grows to 49 feet, 11 inches tall and is instantly labeled a "monster" named... View more >
Starring Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Laurie, Will Arnett... View more >
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Mar 29, 2009
It was a good movie. I think it would be really good 3D though. We didn't see it 3D.
Apr 15, 2009
I like "Monsters vs. Aliens" a little, but I didn't like it a lot. I mildly recommend the movie for three reasons 1) I love the character Susan. She 's the best thing in the movie. 2) The 3D effects. I continue to love it. 3) the hip humor. what I didn't like are the aliens who looked like they're bore and need something to do. they're more like comic relief, then a pair of mean monsters. Those monsters can scare themselves. I don't know about the big big. But it was Susan (with the voice of Reese Witherspoon) the 49 foot woman that won me over. She is smart and strong. and after the death of Natasha Richardson, we need strong women, more than ever. Even if those strong women are in aminated form. I like "Monsters vs. Alien," but I like "Coroline" a lot more. A mild yes vote for "Monster vs. Alien."
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