Now that you've been spat on by Brendan Fraser and you're all pumped up for 3-D movies, you're ready to discover the true use of 3-D: depicting a 50-foot-tall woman fighting evil aliens. Dreamworks is putting the finishing touches on Monsters vs. Aliens, its 3-D epic whose title is self-explanatory. Based on the comic Rex Havoc And The Ass-Kickers Of The Fantastic, the movie features an alien attack, and the only way to save Earth is to bring some 1950s giant monsters out of cold storage.
UGO saw some footage from the movie and came up with a new synopsis:
When an alien ship lands on Earth, and no human weapons can save us, the government calls in their secret weapon. Locked away, some for decades, are the monsters we remember from the Godzilla era. A giant woman, a monstrous bug, (who is merely teething...on skyscrapers) a brilliant doctor who, in his attempt to give humans the relatively long life span of a cockroach, gives himself a bug head, and a blob named B.O.B., who is the result of a genetically altered tomato and a ranch-flavored desert topping gone wrong.
After the amazing Wall-E, it seems like we're in for a deluge of horrendous animated scifi movies about bugs and chimps. But Monsters Vs. Aliens could actually be an exception, thanks to an awesome supply of giant monsterness.