Megamind: The Button of Doom (2011)

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Megamind: The Button of Doom
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TitleMegamind: The Button of Doom
Year2011
CountryUSA
GenreSuperhero (Animation)
FranchiseMegamind (2010 - 2011)
Run Time16 min
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For their first day on their highly demanding and challenging job as the new protectors of Metro City after the events of the first film, Megamind and Minion are selling off their old gadgets from their evil lair as Megamind doesn’t think that heroes should use those devices for the so-called purposes. All of their items get sold, except for the Death Ray which Megamind used to “kill” Metro Man in the original film, which Megamind retained half-heartedly after much reluctancy. As for the De-Gun, Megamind’s weapon of choice used for various purposes, it gets sold to a boy named Damien, who accidentally uses it on his mother while it was in dehydration mode. After the auction is over, Megamind reveals a suit he created that copies all of Metro Man’s powers, which he will wear to protect Metro City.

Minion finds a seemingly harmless button that had also not been sold. Not remembering what the button does, Megamind pushes it, revealing an AI of his former evil personality that eventually transfers itself into a giant robot called the Mega-Megamind (a previously unused evil plan). After scanning the suit, the robot thinks that Megamind is Metro Man and starts attacking him. Megamind fights the Mega-Megamind with his new powers, but is defeated. He and Minion hide in the Invisible Car. Megamind decides that they should live in the car from then on, because he programmed the Mega-Megamind to not stop until the hero (and his assistant) is destroyed.

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For their first day on their highly demanding and challenging job as the new protectors of Metro City after the events of the first film, Megamind and Minion are selling off their old gadgets from their evil lair as Megamind doesn’t think that heroes should use those devices for the so-called purposes. All of their items get sold, except for the Death Ray which Megamind used to “kill” Metro Man in the original film, which Megamind retained half-heartedly after much reluctancy. As for the De-Gun, Megamind’s weapon of choice used for various purposes, it gets sold to a boy named Damien, who accidentally uses it on his mother while it was in dehydration mode. After the auction is over, Megamind reveals a suit he created that copies all of Metro Man’s powers, which he will wear to protect Metro City.

Minion finds a seemingly harmless button that had also not been sold. Not remembering what the button does, Megamind pushes it, revealing an AI of his former evil personality that eventually transfers itself into a giant robot called the Mega-Megamind (a previously unused evil plan). After scanning the suit, the robot thinks that Megamind is Metro Man and starts attacking him. Megamind fights the Mega-Megamind with his new powers, but is defeated. He and Minion hide in the Invisible Car. Megamind decides that they should live in the car from then on, because he programmed the Mega-Megamind to not stop until the hero (and his assistant) is destroyed.

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