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TODAY'S FEATURETTE by Guest Blogger, Vinnie:


"Monsters Vs. Aliens is an animated film that starts the storyline as this: It was Susan's and Derek's wedding day, when she gets hits by a meteorite and turns glowing green, starts growing taller and gets white hair. Then the government captured her and put her in a place for monsters where she was held, because monsters weren't given freedom.

I loved the quality of graphics and animation, including the clarity, coloring, and detail they put in the monsters, characters, and buildings.

I also loved the suspense; the plot being so in-depth, and it being so exciting. I also liked the ending for their were many surprises as well as a happy ending.

All the monsters got accepted because they saved the world, but no one thanked them for saving them on the Golden Gate Bridge. Not only did they get accepted that made it a happy ending, but Derek got what was coming his way because of his selfishness and arrogance when he asked Susan for an interview at his new job as a newsman in Fresno, and she picked him up, flicked him into the air, and Bob a fellow monster, caught him in his gelatin body and went on and on about their relationship was through, though they were never together.

This movie is great for adults and children who want pure fun, entertainment, and delight."

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Thanks Vinnie for blogging about what you watched this weekend with us! That Was another Fun Movie to catch on DVD, as we missed it at the theater! 


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