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Roxanne Ritchi of Megamind

I remember going to see Megamind, the story of a stereotypical villain who becomes a hero, with faint trepidation as well as hope. I was hoping because I thought the set-up was clever--why do these brilliant supervillains, with inventions and minions aplenty, never win? Maybe because they unconsciously don't want to, and if they succeeded in killing the hero would be stricken with remorse and grief.

I was fearful because Will Ferrell was doing the voice for the hero, and like Nicholas Cage and Steve Carell, I know that he is famous but I will never understand why. It is an enduring mystery to me, like the meaning of life or how to accurately read maps.

So, the main players in the movie: Megamind, the supervillain inventor, Metroman, the superhero he believes he's killed (in reality, not so much) who is like if Elvis and Superman had a love child, Minion (the minion and BFF of Megamind), and Hal, a weak-minded cameraman who Megamind tries to transform into a superhero so that Megamind can have someone to fight and define himself against once more. Except that power corrupts, and super power super corrupts. Awkward.

And Roxanne Ritchi, the reporter who Hal cameramans for. If Lois Lane and Tina Fey had a baby, that baby would be Roxanne Ritchi. (She is actually voice acted by Tina Fey, who I will love forever for writing Mean Girls among many other reasons.)

Roxanne is the sassy girl reporter archetype. And I really loved her. She made me remember why I loved that archetype. And she is treated with respect by the movie: she is portrayed as the one consistently in the right, and the one who is critiquing the movie's narrative almost from the start. She is the only character who never gives up.

Admittedly I did not love her right off. In her first scene, she describes Metroman thus: 'His heart is an ocean within another ocean...'

Then she is promptly kidnapped.

Not a promising start, I thought.

But then, once kidnapped and restrained, she... mocks the villain for his predictable deathtrap array. 'Your plans never work' she observes, because she is aware of her narrative! She yawns in the face of sharks with lasers on their heads.

When Metroman rushes to her aid she communicates her location in a calm enough way: she wants to be rescued efficiently, it's routine to her, as if she wants him to pick up the drycleaning.

The dudes are exchanging Witty Superhero Quips--'Revenge is a dish best served cold!' 'But easily warmed in the microwave of evil'--when she breaks in with, 'Girls, girls, you're both pretty. Can I go home now?'

She is totally unfazed. Roxanne Ritchi does not have time for this nonsense.

When Metroman apparently dies, Roxanne is obviously grieved by the sight of a dead body, but she is not freaked out the way our villainous hero is. He's the one who freaks out: she remains the stoic determined character we're beginning to see she is.

As the superhero is apparently dead, evil triumphs. The city is taken over.

Roxanne goes on TV and demands of their new totalitarian overlord--'Are you happy now?"

He is not. She conveys her power with words, as her weapon of choice: she articulates her feelings and Megamind's as she mourns their hero and her city.

She is being relentlessly Nice Guy'd by her camera man Hal, who invites her to parties at his house that will actually on further questioning be just the two of them. She shuts him down nicely all the time: the narrative never suggests that she should do anything else. His behaviour is gross and she should feel gross about it! Dudes who think they are entitled to a lady just because they want her, the movie and Roxanne suggest, are gross.

'Heroes aren't born, they're made' she says, and provides Megamind with the plot (scientifically give someone super powers) when all she meant was that someone, anyone, could BECOME a hero if they chose.

When Megamind races off on an insane mission, Roxanne herself decides to BECOME a hero, proving once again that she is always about a hundred steps ahead. She works out Megamind's secret lair and she charges right in. Hal the cameraman's all 'Not again' as if she charges off all the time, and I believe she does!

When her helper Bernard (secretly Megamind in disguise) is kidnapped by... uh, Megamind (complicated, his evil plans are always so complicated) she seizes a gun and threatens the supervillain to protect her new friend. When grabbed and disarmed herself, she yells at Bernard to run: she naturally takes the lead in a fight against evil. Roxanne acts for the majority of the movie as her own hero.

Megamind is her sidekick. And he finds he likes being her sidekick.

'I never heard you laugh before' Megamind says to Roxanne, finding out that relationships work better when you make ladies laugh than when you seize them.

Roxanne, it is clear, likes funny, nerdy guys who are happy to sidekick her.

'All you have to do is save her and she'll be yours' says Megamind to Hal, speaking of Hal's crush who Megamind does not know is Roxanne, but Megamind is as usual dead wrong, blinded by what he thinks is the inevitable structure of a narrative.

Roxanne was never attracted to dudes who swept in to save her. She was never with the hero she was paired with in the media. They were obviously pals, but nothing more! (I actually wondered if I was meant to think Metroman was gay. Which would have been excellent.)

'The bad guy doesn't get the girl' says Megamind's Minion. But Roxanne the feisty reporter, from the start, is not interested in the conventions of narrative.

Titan, the new superhero--i.e. Hal, the camera man with super powers, comes and flies with her--she does not like it, because turns out, being helplessly flown around with is totally terrifying--and he believes they will now have a romance because 'You're supposed to be with me.'

'No,' says Roxanne: no, no and no. Sorry, buddy. Roxanne is owed to no man, however superpowered or airborne.

Roxanne works out that Megamind created Titan, and also says firmly something that Megamind hadn't realised: that Hal is a terrible choice. Again, she is the only person clear-eyed enough to see the situation as it actually is.

'You judge a person by their actions' says Roxanne to Megamind, and then they make out. Unfortunately Roxanne's kissing is so sensational that Megamind transforms back to his original form, and she discovers 'Bernard her sidekick' is an illusion. Roxanne has moves.

'Trickery!' says Roxanne, furiously, and dumps Megamind like a ton of bricks that are on fire. Megamind's like 'Narrative inevitability!'

Roxanne is like 'Again you misunderstand me. I mean that you're a deceitful jerk.'

But then a plot crisis comes: Titan suggests to Megamind that they should team up and be partners in evil, because being a hero is for losers, especially if he is not delivered the reward of a lady. Megamind is stunned by this waste of Titan's powers, and fights him: when defeated Megamind expects to be taken to jail, but he ends up running because Titan plans to kill him. He has to deal with an actual villain: he has to see the damage wrought when other people won't play fair.

'Congratulations, another of your genius plans has backfired,' says Roxanne. She ain't even surprised.

'I need your help--you're one of the smartest people I know' Megamind admits.

When they go to Metroman's hideout, it is Roxanne with her eye for details who notes evidence someone is living there. It is in fact Metroman, who faked his own death to run away and become a rock star. Metroman tells Megamind that he realises he had a choice and can be whatever he wants... but Roxanne knew that all along.

Roxanne is furious that Metroman deserted the city. Also, she is the only one who realises the truth, that Metroman's music is terrible. Roxanne is surrounded by idiots: she finds it very tiring.

But she works with what she has. Finding Metroman a deserter, Roxanne's new plan is to grab some of Megamind's superior tech and fight. Megamind is like 'All is lost! Narrative inevitability!' and Roxanne develops a migraine.

Everyone gives up but Roxanne. It is not her style.

Roxanne goes off to confront Hal by herself, and try to reason with him. She has a way with words that she's right to be confident about. She knows this guy and she hopes--as you would--that he has a core of decency. Sadly for her, this guy is terrible and he kidnaps her.

Roxanne has Stockholm Fatigue: she is very very bored with being kidnapped.

When Roxanne is captured by Titan, she gives a rousing speech on camera when Titan expected her to plead for help. She once again uses her words and her perceptiveness: she sees the best in Megamind--he is very persistent and brave--and inspires him to fight, using his inventions. (Which... if you will recall... was Roxanne's plan to start with.)

'I lied to Roxanne' is Megamind's verdict on his treatment of her: that was the worst thing he did to her. His journey is from being blind to seeing things the way Roxanne does--clearly.

'You see the best in everyone even when it's not there. There is no Santa Claus, there is no Easter Bunny, and there is no Queen of England' says Hal. Not only funny, but true: sometimes people disappoint you, but there IS a queen. Roxanne is right to believe the best of people, because sometimes it pays off: it pays off to believe in Megamind.

'I knew you'd come back' she says when he turns up to battle Hal. 'That makes one of us,' says Megamind.

Megamind has used his technology to disguise himself as Metroman--who he secretly wanted to be all along. What he says to her when he rescues her is 'You were right, Roxanne.' Because she was.

And when Titan is temporarily run off and he goes back to Roxanne, he turns back to himself. Disguise isn't the answer, not for Roxanne and sadly not for Titan, as Titan works out Megamind isn't Metroman and returns to murder him.

Roxanne sees where the de-superpowering weapon is hidden, and relays to Megamind in a coded way where it is: because they are intellectual equals, and because of course Roxanne has a hand in defeating the villain.

They get together at the end of the movie, you may not be surprised to learn. Admittedly this is complicated as he has kidnapped her a bunch of times and lied to her, but I did like how Roxanne was obviously never afraid of him--and how he wooed the girl through sidekicking. In the end, the relationship stands this way: Roxanne has to intervene for a socially awkward dude & teach him how to present himself better and more honestly. And Roxanne is happy to do this because she gets a relationship with a dude who makes her laugh, who is a genius whose inventions can be used to benefit the world and who will be following her lead.

Megamind describes her as his reason to win, and Megamind is the one who defeats the hero. It's Megamind's movie: he and not Roxanne is at the centre of the narrative. And I liked him! But Roxanne was the one who spoke to me the most.

Megamind lies to himself and the world constantly. Roxanne is dedicated to the truth, and discovering the truth about yourself is the message of the story.

I love a sleuthing lady generally, but I specifically love a reporter heroine because I love words, and the stories built out of them. I am fascinated by the idea of truth and discovery, and the courage needed to discover the truth. I wanted Kami of Unspoken to be like that.

It did not hurt that Roxanne was funny, sassy and a snappy dresser. Also apparently she was deliberately made to be both super hot and have wide hips, which is nice for a change!

'All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered. The point is to discover them,' said Galileo. Kami would've liked that. So would Roxanne Ritchi.


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Mar. 29th, 2012 09:13 pm (UTC)
Hadn't heard much about how Megamind was, but think I'll have to watch it now. You always direct me to the awesome ladies. Thank you! (Recently read Feed on your recommendation, forgetting the part where reading the end in a public location may be a bad idea. Made the mistake of reading the end in an airport. Many tears.)

I am SO looking forward to Team Human and Unspoken. 2012 is the best year ever!
Mar. 29th, 2012 09:15 pm (UTC)
I hear you about Feed! I learned my lesson: Deadline was read on a deserted grassy knoll, with calming lemonade. And I hope you enjoy Megamind. ;)

I am SO NERVOUS about Team Human and Unspoken I do not know what to do with myself, but so pleased you are looking forward!

Mar. 29th, 2012 11:34 pm (UTC)
Hadn't heard much about how Megamind was, but think I'll have to watch it now.

Yes. This. I must also get this movie now if I do not already have it.

These reviews, they are awesomeness!
Mar. 29th, 2012 09:37 pm (UTC)
I love this series of yours. So much fun! And your commentary is always funny and insightful both.

As for Will Ferrell and Steve Carrell, I also despaired of understanding why they were popular. Then I saw "Dan in Real Life" (Carrell) and "Stranger Than Fiction" (Ferrell), and I loved them. In those movies. Admittedly, the rest of the casts in those movies helped out a LOT (MOAR EMMA THOMPSON/JULIETTE BINOCHE) but these guys are obviously intelligent, resourceful actors with serious chops. Which makes me think "Why can't they do that ALL THE TIME? Why must they be buffoons and irritants?" I believe the answer is something like "Buffoonery pays the bills, dude." Very disheartening.

Anyhoodle, just FYI, in case you were looking for good movies in general, and reasons not to despair of those actors in particular.
Mar. 29th, 2012 09:43 pm (UTC)
I do keep meaning to watch Stranger Than Fiction. Stupid, Crazy, Love may have turned me off Steve Carrell forever, though, I just resented him being there so much when I wanted to watch Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling and Julianne Moore. (Good movie, though! All the bits with Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling and Julianne Moore, anyway...)
Mar. 30th, 2012 06:29 am (UTC)
Stranger Than Fiction was actually far better than I expected. I went in to it quite grimly, determined to watch only because 1. Emma Thompson & 2. My Mommy Had Told Me To, and I was pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed it!
Mar. 30th, 2012 09:08 am (UTC)
I wouldn't have minded 'Stupid Crazy Love' so much if it wasn't for the ridiculous subplot with Steve Carell's son where he basically stalks his babysitter (while his dad encourages him) until she 'gives in' and gives him naked pictures of herself. Ew.
Someone did a great recap of it here: http://scottalanmendelson.blogspot.co.uk/2011/08/review-crazy-stupid-love-is-stupid.html
Mar. 30th, 2012 03:21 pm (UTC)
That bit was SO GROSS, and so tone deaf to how a girl would actually behave.
Mar. 30th, 2012 08:12 pm (UTC)
You will totally love Stranger than fiction! because it's ALL about narrative inevitability! And Emma Wonderful Thompson!
Mar. 30th, 2012 06:33 am (UTC)
*snickers* This reminded me of Rob Schneider saying, "People don't ask Andre Agassi, 'You know you're the No. 1 tennis player in the world ... have you thought about polo?'" when people asked him about taking on a serious role. :)
Mar. 29th, 2012 09:39 pm (UTC)
Megamind was one of those films I was so doubtful about it, but then when I saw it, I loved it. I loved that the leading lady was obviously the smartest person in the show, and that she got to prove it, and didn't lose any credibility or desirability because she was smart as well as attractive.
Mar. 29th, 2012 09:45 pm (UTC)
Agreed! Always so great to get the nice surprise.
Mar. 29th, 2012 09:53 pm (UTC)
This, this, and all of this. With a side order of this.
Mar. 29th, 2012 10:15 pm (UTC)
An excellent post! I only just saw MEGAMIND a couple of weeks ago, and I heartily agree with all the great points you've made here. Roxanne was a delightful surprise to me -- if I'd known the movie had a character like her in it, I would have wanted to see it much earlier.
Mar. 29th, 2012 11:09 pm (UTC)
Um, it just occurred to me, there's some SERIOUS retelling of Cyrano De Bergerac going on in this movie! She's even called Roxanne! And the ending is the good one (where the lady gets the person that's right for her, not the person the hero THINKS is right for her), not the original one.
Mar. 29th, 2012 11:25 pm (UTC)
Is there? I wouldn't have had a clue! Good job being meta, Megamind!
Mar. 30th, 2012 04:45 am (UTC)
Have you not read/seen Cyrano de Bergerac? Because it is amazing, and Roxane gets a lot of flak (my ninth grade Literature teacher stopped every other scene to tell us how much she hated Roxane and how she wasn't worthy of Cyrano, ugh) but she's one of my all-time favorite literary ladies. Because she uses her words! And makes all kinds of choices for herself, including but not limited to living independently as a single lady in the 17th century, being an intellectual at court (though there's some implicit sneering in the text about how the précieuses were only interested in girly stuff like love stories and fairy tales), picking out the guy she wants to date for herself, but being willing to dump him if it turns out he's not smart, evading the creeper who's trying to make her his mistress, deciding for herself to marry her man without him asking, and - in her greatest moment of epic - deciding to openly cross enemy lines into a siege in order to tell her husband that she loves him. And doing so with a carriage full of hidden food to feed all the starving soldiers. She is a brave, clever, over-the-top romantic nutball, just like her cousin Cyrano, and I adore her.

Er. [/Cyrano de Bergerac fangirling]
Apr. 4th, 2012 10:13 pm (UTC)
...So apparently I'll be reading Cyrano de Bergerac? I didn't expect this development...
Mar. 29th, 2012 11:25 pm (UTC)
I loved this movie! And Roxanne was the best thing in it. Your recap (which is surprisingly not in your usual dialog form? Why? I always look ffd to Durham Lass's asides) brought back all the warm fuzzy feelings I had when I watched it. :)
Mar. 29th, 2012 11:40 pm (UTC)
Well, this wasn't a parody so much as describing one character's place in the story.
Mar. 29th, 2012 11:41 pm (UTC)
It makes me feel so much less alone to know you also do not understand Nicholas Cage or Will Ferrall.
Apr. 10th, 2012 08:03 pm (UTC)
Nicholas Cage and Will Ferrel are both good actors. I just cannot think of a single role to prove that...

As Jim Carey learned from The Majestic - being annoying pays the bills, being a sincerely great actor just irritates your fans.
Mar. 29th, 2012 11:59 pm (UTC)
Total agreement about Roxanne. Love your commentary.
Mar. 30th, 2012 12:42 am (UTC)
Well, now I'm interested, though before this I had somehow not heard of Megamind!

Perhaps this is the perfect distraction from the way YA friendship stories have just been gutting me lately.
Mar. 31st, 2012 03:12 am (UTC)
(Aha! I thought that icon was you. ;) May I add, I also thought this was a fun trope-skewering movie? And apparently have unwittingly participated in the weird radio silence on it, which I found odd when I watched it last year...)
Mar. 30th, 2012 01:02 am (UTC)
You just articulated what I love about that movie perfectly. This is why you are the author and I am not!

Super super excited for Unspoken and for Team Human~! TWO NEW BOOKS IN THE SAME YEAR, HAVE I GONE TO HEAVEN?
Mar. 30th, 2012 01:07 am (UTC)

One of my favorite things about this movie was that--Megamind's narrative was very much centered around Roxanne!! She was the, er, catalyst, and the person he most focused on.

But HER narrative was not limited to just her relationship with him! She was way more concerned with villainy and saving the day and hero-ing, and just. Ahhhh she got so much agency in the film. I want a sequel about Roxanne being a superheroine and Megamind is her sidekick that is besotted with her?? Ohh how I want that.
Mar. 30th, 2012 02:45 am (UTC)
Ooo, I may have to watch this!
Mar. 30th, 2012 04:47 am (UTC)
Okay, you've convinced me. I've loved lady sleuths and reporters since my childhood watching Lois Lane in Lois and Clark. I'm definitely putting this on my "to watch" list.
Mar. 30th, 2012 06:11 am (UTC)
...I clearly have to watch this movie now.
Mar. 30th, 2012 07:24 am (UTC)
Thank you for the spotline on Roxanne, who deserves that and all things awesome!

Off-topic but on-Unspoken. I've been meaning to ask that for a while now, and I apologize if it's been explained somewhere already and I just missed it. Where does Kami's name come from? Is it a short version for something else? I keep getting Japanese associations (kami=god, deity) and thus always come back to this question:)
Mar. 30th, 2012 03:20 pm (UTC)
Glad you liked!

Any possible question about Unspoken is very welcome: interest in Unspoken is much appreciated. Kami is Kami's full name, and I have blithered about it elsewhere and I hope it is OK to reproduce said blithering here. ;)

I wanted a Japanese name. Kami is part Japanese, and that makes her stand out in her super-tiny, super-rural, isolated and secretive town. I wanted her name to reflect that.

But ‘Kami’ isn’t just that—‘Kami is the force that keeps everything together. It is the tree and the feelings the tree invokes as we sit in its shade. It is as abstract as creativity and as specific as a lightning bolt.’

I like that for any number of reasons!

Nature is an influencing theme in the books. The idea of nature and creativity, intertwined.

The force that keeps everything together makes me smile, because Kami has to corral her Elite Reporting Team (who, if given half a chance, will sneak off to either nap or fight things). The girl’s kind of a lightning bolt.

And the sense that she’s very important. This isn’t my first trilogy, but it’s the first trilogy with just one protagonist, rather than switching them out: these three books are Kami’s arc and Kami’s story, and so she had to shine pretty bright in my eyes.

The thought of an influencing spirit is also, of course, exactly what she *is* to one other person—unseen, but life-transforming.

Apr. 5th, 2012 06:56 am (UTC)
Thank you ever so much for a lengthy explanation!I feel somehow deeply gratified with what you imbued the name with, it sounds most awesome.

Will you be doing a post here when you comment on the character names? I'm sure I'm not the only one interested:)
Nov. 2nd, 2016 12:34 am (UTC)
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Mar. 30th, 2012 10:38 am (UTC)
Yeeeeees! I love this movie so much! It fills me with so much love for the characters and their defiance of narrative! Roxanne is perfect for your ladysleuth thursdays.
Mar. 30th, 2012 12:39 pm (UTC)
Nostalgia Chick loves Megamind (and I usually love her feminist critiques/reviews/parodies of popular culture) and now you do too, so maybe I shall have to get over my "ARGH, not another quirked eyebrow Dreamworks movie" and pop it in.

I actually thought Anchorman was brilliant (YMMV, of course, and it's normally not my type of comedy either, but I seriously almost peed myself I laughed so hard), and I enjoyed Stranger Than Fiction, but I do not understand why a comic with chops like Will Ferrell insists on playing a buffoon in tragically unfunny movies with tragically unfunny actors.
Mar. 30th, 2012 01:42 pm (UTC)
I lovelovelove Megamind for all the reasons you stated here -- villian who is lost amid his lies and misconceptions and must find his way to the truth, smart girl who sees the truth and never stops fighting for what she believes in -- and also because it has funny, funny dialogue that makes me laugh every time I watch it.

Also, I love the music and the inventions. And the cape. The cape is awesome!
Mar. 30th, 2012 03:06 pm (UTC)
...wow. I didn't know anything about Megamind, and now I am going to have to watch it!
Mar. 30th, 2012 07:00 pm (UTC)
I absolutely adore Megamind. I never thought I would when I saw the commercials on TV, but one day it was on cable and I watched it...and then I watched it again. OMG, brilliant. I love the details (like the eye colour not changing when the watch is used to change one's appearance), and I also love Roxanne.

And what I REALLY love about her is she has cute, short hair. Just like I've had most of my life. Cute, short, brunette hair!
Mar. 30th, 2012 10:28 pm (UTC)
'All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered. The point is to discover them,' said Galileo. Kami would've liked that. So would Roxanne Ritchi.

What a lovely post!

I'm so looking forward to Unspoken!!
Mar. 30th, 2012 10:35 pm (UTC)
I watch a lot of TV with subtitles so as not to wake up the kids in the next room, and Megamind actually calls Hal "Tighten". :)
Mar. 31st, 2012 03:10 am (UTC)
Ye stars, but how I love Megamind as Bernard. (And his struggle with himself. Sometimes LITERALLY.)

I also, in retrospect, kind of love how Roxanne is drunk on her own words a little bit. X) As a fellow writer, I identify with the cringing poesy of it...

I also, well, rather than enjoyed knew Hal, the kind of villain most of us deal with in much smaller ways--someone kind of weak to their own desires and unconcerned with how other people are feeling about their self-will. He didn't feel capable of destructiveness before he got superpowers, but he wasn't changed into a villain by some freak accident. He wasn't suddenly a psychopath. He just took it to the farthest extent...

And so we see how Megamind is just a totally unsocialized nerd who's just stood out for the wrong things, and tried the wrong ways to get attention.
(Those spandex pants, boy. Got to go.)
Mar. 31st, 2012 10:23 am (UTC)
I don't know if you can get it in the UK, but if you can find it online somewhere you should really watch Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries. It's a show about a lady detective in Melbourne, Australia, in the inter-war period. She solves the crime, she saves the imperilled menfolk, she has an ongoing flirtation with the police detective whilst simultaneously having a fling with Hottie of the Week virtually every episode, she collects orphans and strays and is busily corrupting her innocent sidekick Dot, she speaks Chinese and Hebrew scales up drain pipes to break into flats whilst wearing high heels, and in general is practically perfect in every way. Basically, she's Mary Poppins with a penchant for crime and a much more active sex life. I think you'd like her.
Mar. 31st, 2012 11:27 am (UTC)
I am watching it (Australian relatives put me on to it) and I do like her. ;)
Apr. 2nd, 2012 01:03 am (UTC)
Can I just say how much I love this movie? I have probably seen it no less then five times. I'm starting to think I should own it. What I like about it the most is what you do: the cleaver writing. I appreciate that the main characters (ie: the men) don't have all the snappy lines, and the lady-types are left to catch up. I also appreciate that Roxanne wasn't written as 'strong women' types are usually written, that being so strong that they come off as rude and obnoxious. Roxanne clearly knows what she wants and what her roll is in the world. She is able to stand on her own, as well as ask for help from others. Her grounded personality acts as a contrast to the crazy of Megamind and even Metroman. It's refreshing to see a girl character written in such a way.

And now I want to watch the movie again! Thanks!

Apr. 5th, 2012 11:22 pm (UTC)
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Apr. 19th, 2012 04:38 am (UTC)
I just got done watching Megamind, which I Netflix'd based on this rec, and I LOVED it (and Roxanne). Thanks!

(Also, super excited about the upcoming book(s!)!)
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