A living example of artificial intelligence, M3GAN is a lifelike doll that has been designed to be both a parent’s and child’s best friend. M3GAN, created by Gemma, a clever roboticist, can observe, listen, and learn as it serves as a friend, a teacher, a playmate, and a guardian. When Gemma finds herself suddenly in charge of her 8-year-old niece, she makes the unthinkable decision to give the kid an M3GAN prototype.
M3gan Cast :
Amie Donald, Jenna Davis, Allison Williams, Violet McGraw, Ronny Chieng, Brian Jordan Alvarez, Jen Van Epps, Stephane Garneau-Monten, Arlo Green, Michael Saccente, Justin Roiland and more
M3gan Release date:
6 January 2023
M3gan Trailer :
M3gan Review :
I watched M3GAN twice last night and I was sold, completely sold by the entire movie with the actresses: Allison Williams as Gemma, an roboticist who is building her dream project for the toy company that she’s working for, but a full-time guardian to her niece after her sister and her brother die in a tragic car accident. Violet McGraw as Cady, a young girl who lost her parents in a tragic car accident and lives with her aunt who’s too busy with her work, until she sees a robot that Gemma created in the past and wants one herself, that where she meets M3GAN for the first time and the two of them were insepartable until the very end. Jenna Davis as the voice of M3GAN, who absolutely nails it with her line delivery and her singing voice. Amie Donald as the physical role of M3GAN, who also nails with her scenes, including the hallway scene. I love the music that fits perfectly in the movie, especially the songs. I’m telling you, I smile, I cried and I was impressed. I consider M3GAN an instant classic of the year. Props to the director, Gerard Johnstone, Screenwriter Akela Cooper, James Wan, Jason Blum, the enitre crew for making M3GAN for what it is. And I can’t wait for them to do a sequel for M3GAN, call it M3GAN 2.0. Have M3GAN kill everybody while being in control of every electronic device that they owned and being rebuild again by a different toy company while Cady and Gemma is in Florida with Cady’s Grandparents and finding a new way to defeat M3GAN after they get the news of what’s happening. Would that be something to see? Also, if it comes out on DVD with both the theatrical version and the unrated version, I’ll get my hands on it the first day that it arrives in stores. it’s a 10 out of 10 for me. 5 out of 5 for me. This is my favorite movie of 2023.
M3GAN was definitely one of my hit movies up with the Chucky series and of course Avatar The Way Of The Water. I can listen to M3GAN sing all day and it’s just so funny but it got me crying half the movie. I would love to see the movie again and again and never get tired of it just so fun and entertaining. I hope they make a second one I wonder how that’s going to be. But other than that it was so good and when I got out of the movie theater I couldn’t stop thinking about the movie and the sense was just that good. I would 100% watch it if you are a fan of the Chucky series and the Annabelle series. But for me, I can’t wait what comes next for M3GAN who knows maybe another movie is a little scarier and maybe so much more depth in the characters. But other than that I think that M3GAN will be good other than all I am happy to see this movie. 🙂
james wan and blumhouse strikes again with this knockout funny killer A.I. doll movie.a recently orphaned girl is taken in by her aunt who is a robotics engineer for a toy company named funki. and develops a realistic.creepy and mesmerizing A.I. doll named M3GAN (model 3 generative android) and then she proceeds to use the doll to occupy, keep happy and protect her distraught niece but the robot becomes self aware and by the 2nd act becomes dangerous and murderous to anything that is being a threat and hostile towards the young girl. poignant, sincere, touching and dark and eerie with a great cast, great pacing and surprisingly very little graphic violence like one would suspect from these kind of movies. it is PG-13 so parents beware but otherwise a great late xmas present to open up the new year. a 8 out of 10