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Monsters vs Aliens: The Weird Will Save The World.

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Monsters have been underrated in the media lately, but Dreamworks sure know how to make sure we don’t forget about them. Monsters Vs. Aliens takes our favourite classic sci-fi cheese monsters from the 50s and 60s and brings them together to fight an equally cheesy alien and his army of clones before they can invade Earth. It all starts at a wedding in the town of Modesto, California back in what seems to be the early 80s. Susan Murphy’s (Reese Witherspoon) dream are about to come true as she is soon to be married to local TV weatherman, Derek Deitl (Paul Rudd) when a freak meteor storm hit the grounds of the church where they are about to take the vows. Susan is outside, fighting with a fit of cold feet, when she is hit by a mutagen-laced meteorite. She gets a bit scuffed up and dirty, but still looks okay, and her mother, Wendy Murphy (Julie White) comes out to get her. They go back into the church, and Susan is now ready to walk down the aisle, but as she does, she grows, and grows, rapidly, and soon, her head is hitting the ceiling of the chapel, and her guests are running in hysterics. Susan is frantic, not knowing what has happened, and she vows to Derek that she will find a way to fix things back to way they were. Fed forces come to the church, and tranq Susan, and she goes blank.

Seth Rogen’s The Green Hornet (2011)

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In my youth I heard one or two of radio episodes for The Green Hornet and saw a few of the TV episodes as well. I don’t remember them being quite as corny as the Seth Rogen’s version at all. This film is more of a action hero comedy then say Batman or Superman or even Fantastic 4, which was funny in spots. This film was a rolling ball of gags, prat falls and egos the size of the moon. This film should have been called “How Kato Puts Up With Idiots”, that would have been a more appropriate name and more reflective of what was going on. Don’t get me wrong, the film was fun and worth watching over again and maybe a few more times after that but it is in no way a serious hero film at all. Keep that in mind as you watch the film and you will have more fun and be able to better appreciate the cast and content that is presented.