I just came home from watching Despicable Me 2. My daughter got a perfect score with her first quiz at school (result was given yesterday), so we told her that she'll get to watch the movie today and no need to wait for the weekend. Thanks God for the 4th of July which means it's holiday for my husband. The three of us, or let say four together with the baby in my tummy, had a quick lunch at Chili's The Atrium then off to the 2 o'clock showing of the movie.
Gru and the orphan girls he adopted, Margo, Edith and Agnes..
The very cute little Agnes with her fluffy unicorn..
Gru to Margo: "Hold your horses.. who are you texting?"
A junior agent of the Anti-Villain League named Lucy..
Gru and the naughty and funny minions..
What I Think of Despicable Me 2
Compared with Despicable Me in 2010, part 2 is more hilarious because there's more participation from the minions. This time, they are larger in number and they did more talking and singing.
My family did not watch this movie in 3D. Personally, I don't think I need to pay extra pesos just for the sake of visual illusion of Gru, the girls and the minions. What's important about Despicable Me 2 is the series of jokes and gags. The movie is less emotional, no devastating moments whatsoever, and the laughing was just continuous.
Okay, I am not here to tell the plot of the story, who is the real villain in the movie, and how Gru is going to save the world or the girls. Just one thing, Despicable Me 2 is very good that my daughter doesn't stop raving about it.
If you are planning to see this movie soon, I suggest you watch it together with your kid or someone who is young at heart. I bet your bottom dollar that you will laugh shamelessly, making both of you enjoy watching this film!
Overall Rating of Despicable Me 2: 7 out of 10
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