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Monsters vs. Aliens, a Mr. E Movie Review

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Monsters vs. Aliens, a Mr. E Movie Review

(Run time: 94 min. – Directed by: Rob Letterman and Conrad Vernon – Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Seth Rogen, Hugh Laurie, Will Arnett, Kiefer Sutherland, Rainn Wilson, Stephen Colbert)

Kids of all ages, everywhere have gone nuts over Monsters vs. Aliens! As one of the latest computer animated 3D movies to hit the screen this family comedy has enough to entertain everyone from 4 to 40 and beyond!

When Susan Murphy, played by Reese Witherspoon, dreamed of her wedding day she didn’t expect that it would end with a meteor hitting Earth transforming her into Ginormica! But, when she’s taken into custody and introduced to a rag tag group of other oddities she has no choice but to follow orders.

When aliens attack the Earth in search of the rouge meteor the President, played by Stephen Colbert, sends in his “Monsters” to fight the “Aliens”.

Trying to gauge the acting of someone based solely on a voice over is somewhat unfair. But, Reese Witherspoon, as Ginormica, was good! She played the role of a prissy young bride turned giant perfectly. Even Seth Rogen, as B.O.B., who is normally pretty funny in most of the roles he plays was hilarious as the blob hero.

Hugh Laurie and Will Arnett, where great a super intelligent cockroach and the missing link character. While Kiefer Sutherlands, General W. R. Monger and Rainn Wilson, evil Gallaxhar were over the top Stephen Colbert’s role as the president was funny and right on the money!

If you’ve got kids and haven’t experience Monsters vs. Aliens with them check it out on DVD today!

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