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Monsters vs. Aliens

When a meteor full of space gunk transforms Susan Murphy (Reese Witherspoon) into a giant, the government renames her Ginormica and confines her to a secret compound with other monsters, like bug-headed Dr. Cockroach (Hugh Laurie). When an extraterrestrial robot lands on Earth and begins a rampage, Gen. W.R. Monger persuades the president to send Ginormica and her fellow monsters to battle the machine and save the planet.

Reese Witherspoon Susan Murphy / Ginormica
Hugh Laurie Dr. Cockroach Ph.D.
Seth Rogen B.O.B.
Will Arnett The Missing Link
Kiefer Sutherland General W.R. Monger
Paul Rudd Derek
Rainn Wilson Gallaxhar
Stephen Colbert The President of the United States

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Apr 14, 2009 - hazeleye on Monsters vs. Aliens
Great Family Movie!

Our children 7 ad 11 enjoyed it as hubby and I did. It's a great movie for all with tons of humor. must see over and over!

Apr 03, 2009 - Tharrah on Monsters vs. Aliens
It's been a while

This is a kids movie with adult humor mixed in there, but not dirty adult humor, just stuff you might not get unless you had been around to see older movies. I think with the recent hubub made over some of these animated flicks being less child friendly that this might be a draw for parents concerned with these things.

All in all, I really enjoyed the movie. The voice cast was really enjoyable, and I think many wouldn't know they are listening to Hugh Laurie if it weren't in the credits, as he uses his natural accent instead of going American like he does in House.

As the title may suggest, there isn't too much to this movie plot-wise, but there is some substance in the story regarding acceptance. A typical children's movie theme.