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The studio’s latest been-there-done-that computer-generated cash cow is “Megamind.” Like the “Shrek” franchise, it features a bad guy who isn’t a villain so much as a misunderstood lug. Like the “Madagascar” movies, it often confuses wit with frenetic montages in which creatures dance, dance, dance. Like “Monsters vs. Aliens,” it offers characters only as memorable

All-Star Superman

And that’s not the only eyebrow-raiser in the feature, based on Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s revamp of the Man of Steel, as played out in the team’s 2005 comic-book series. For another, Jimmy Olsen appears in drag. There’s more. The film finds Superman (voiced by James Denton of TV’s “Desperate Housewives”) not as invincible

Love at First Kill

Also known as “The Box Collector,” the film finds its biggest star in Margot Kidder, now a far, far cry from Lois Lane as Beth, one kooky, miserable old hag who lives alone with her long-suffering, socially awkward son, Harry (Noah Segan, “The Brothers Bloom”). They’re both on meds of some sort, but things look

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