Movie Review: M3GAN

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Here’s a random Scenario:

You awaken in the middle of the night by your home’s security system. You grab your gun and proceed to defend your property. You let off shots, emptying the whole clip, but to your surprise they did you no good. It’s a robot invasion, and you’ve shot at a robot! The robot counters, pulling out its own weapon and dumping the whole clip in you. Every bullet hits, and you don’t survive.


You’re in for a real treat with M3GAN! Two thumbs up, and I recommend you watch! The writers did an amazing job with the storyline, and the actors and actresses involved were phenomenal. It’s full of great surprises, drama, lots of action, as well as mild horror.

The main characters are played by Allison Williams, Violet McGraw, Amie Donald, and Jenna Davis. 

Allison plays the role of Gemma, the newly appointed guardian over Cady, who was orphaned after her parents died in a tragic car accident. Cady is played by Violet McGraw, leaving the role of Megan, the robot doll, to both Amie Donald, and Jenna Davis. 

            This movie highlights the worlds growing fascination with Ai robots. Maybe this is our future if scientists are successful integrating robots with the human population.

What if?

Let’s hypothetically assume that in the movie Gemma has a team of scientists who successfully conquered Ai robotics. And because of that they gift Cady a robot doll, with hopes it makes her feel better about being an orphan.

The movie, M3GAN, brings attention to the idea of owning and living with robots. What if in the near future, humans rule the earth and robots exist solely to serve us? Is that an acceptable reality, or would you rather we all coexist in the free world as individuals?

            M3GAN is a must-see and I recommend it for all audiences. It shines a light on where we are as a nation, and a world. With a superb storyline, I had no choice but to rate it 10/10. I expect it to do so extremely well at the box office that it sells out for months, and even breaks records.

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