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Megamind give me inspirations

I really like to watch movies, watch movies not only to look for an entertainment. But I can learn from understanding the story and the message to be conveyed. In fact, sometimes I can be inspired after watching it, what about you guys?

Megamind is one of my favorite animated film, I've been looking for this movie because I was curious after seeing the trailer on a private TV station. Megamind tells the story of a villain who turns into a hero, at first he created a hero to fight. But the hero that he created became enemies Metrocity, You must have seen it, is not it?

There is some dialogue that I like and be inspired by it:

"You can’t give up! The Megamind I knew would never have run from a fight, even you knew yet absolutely no chance of winning, it was your best quality”

"There was a benefit to losing, you can to learn from your mistakes"

"Think about bad guys, there are always lose"

Hopefully useful for you too!

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bad_cheetah wrote on December 16, 2014, 9:48 PM

megamind has one big brain and heart.

MakeMoneyOnline wrote on December 17, 2014, 5:59 PM

It's a great view that mistakes are merely sidesteps to your way to eventual inevitable success.

Katherina201 wrote on December 17, 2014, 8:31 PM

Movies have become so expensive, I can't afford to go see them anymore. I get them on basic TV years after their original release.
I did learn lessons from cartoons as a child and even "Happy Feet" had it's lessons.
The old Star Trek series had many lessons to teach and became so controversial they removed it from TV. They broached racism, over population and other complex issues.

scheng1 wrote on December 20, 2014, 8:08 AM

Bad guys always win. That is a fact. Sometimes their punishment comes 30 years later.

maxeen wrote on December 29, 2014, 11:47 AM

The great thing about not keeping up with films is that sometimes when you do,such as Michael Douglas films, it is great to catch up on them.

Gossamer wrote on February 1, 2015, 1:07 AM

In a way, it's like Despicable Me, in that the would-be villain is shown to be a nice guy after all.

rebelann1949 wrote on February 13, 2015, 10:47 AM

There is always something to inspire me from the stuff I watch, even though most of what I like is SyFy ... I don't do toons.