Despicable Me 3 movie review - Aussieboyreviews
ARE THERE MORE LAUGHS, SWEETNESS AND HEROES-VS-VILLAINS ACTION IN DESPICABLE ME 3?
Fans of this hilarious animated movie series will love the sweetness, characters and humour. Despicable Me 3 is entertaining and fun, but it’s not as great as its predecessors.
After he and Lucy are fired from their jobs at the Anti-Villain League, Gru finds out about his long-lost twin brother he had never heard about and travels to meet him. The two team up and pull off a heist to take down criminal Balthazar Bratt and retrieve a stolen diamond.
Director: Pierre Coffin, Kyle Balda
Cast: Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Trey Parker, Miranda Cosgrove, Dana Gaier, Nev Scharrel, Pierre Coffin
Writer: Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio
Release Date (Australia): 15 June 2017
Runtime: 90 minutes/1h 30m
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)
The film contains several instances of crude humour and sense of threat.
The film contains animated violence in the form of fights that features punches and kicks.
The film contains brief depictions of animated buttocks nudity in a comedic context.
PG (for action and rude humor)
Aussie boy's thoughts
Although they’re getting weaker and are losing their spark, the Despicable Me movies, especially the third instalment, are always great at villains, sweetness, creativity and laughs. Fans will love hearing the cast work together, seeing the dazzling animations and experiencing a brand new story that’s often accompanied with very engaging songs.
Despicable Me 3 is quick at introducing its appealing and quirky new villain, Balthazar Bratt, and it does a smooth job at getting into the topics it’s hungry to cover. The 2017 animation-comedy instalment settles around our two now-married characters, Gru and Lucy, being unexpectedly fired from their jobs as secret agents and traveling to meet Gru’s unheard twin brother.
You’ll find alike many other animation movies, the glimmer is located the cast, imagination and in how entertaining the story runs. Steve Carrell and Kristen Wiig are back in their sweet voice roles starting as secret agents, then jobless parents and embarking on a mission. The villain is very alluring with inventive motives and everyone you see throughout the film looks like an animated character from an animated film, which it is.
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