What's a villain to do if he loses his nemesis? That's the premise behind Megamind, a relatively funny, entertaining in the moment film. It's certainly not original, cribbing parts of other superhero films (including Despicable Me, which only came out a few months ago), but it's fun enough while you're watching it that you won't regret seeing it.
Will Ferrell voices the title character, who comes to Earth at the same time as Metro Man. The two become rivals, but find themselves repeating the scenario: Megamind hatches some evil plan involving a TV reporter, and Metro Man saves the day. That is, until one day, Megamind somehow defeats Metro Man, and finds that being a bad guy without a good guy to fight with isn't all it's cracked up to be.
There's some fun to be had in this movie. Ferrell is always good for a laugh, and the film does have an interesting take on the genre. I'm pretty sick of Jonah Hill, and his cameraman turned evil villain just didn't do it for me. Again, it's a diversion, but it's like the firetruck that shows up after the house has burned down. It was nice of it to show up, but in the end, it's not something you're going to remember.