Theme Of Heroics In Megamind

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Heroics in Megamind: Villian to Hero In Megamind the storyteller uses the plot archetype of good vs evil to reveal that we as humans will always have a good to face the evil in the world. This happens because there is always someone brave enough to fight for everyone no matter their past or if they were a hero or a villain. As the movie states there must be a balance in the battle between good and evil. In the beginning of Megamind, Megamind is a alien kid that looks way different than the other kids and got bullied because of it. This combined with the fact that he was raised in jail made his view skewed and he saw the world from an evil perspective wanting revenge on the ones who did him wrong. He becomes the villain and the also alien but normal looking and very powerful Metro Man becomes the hero countering Megamind and beating him every time they face off. This course of events happens until Metro Man realizes that he’s just going…show more content…
First, he has Metro Man (the hero) beat Megamind (the villain) every single time that they fought revealing that the message is good wins always. In the second part of the movie, Megamind takes over the city, but his heart is turning good even though he doesn’t want to admit it. This displays that the author is conveying the message good always wins because internally god is winning in Megamind. Finally, Megamind’s evil plan backfires creating a villain. He doesn’t have to battle this foe but he chooses to becauses he is externally becoming the hero after he internally became one. Only because Megamind is a hero externally and internally can he defeat Titan. This yet again conveys the theme that good always beats evil no matter the
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