Despicable Me 2 Reviews
October 10, 2014
Eu tinha sérias dúvidas de como fazer uma continuação desse filme. No fundo no fundo, foi mais pra mostrar os evil-minions, o que é super legal!
October 7, 2014
Animated are always getting better...
August 27, 2013
Cute. Not a original as the first and the minions are over done, but still watchable.
October 4, 2014
All i can say is the first film was better than the second, through both are still great films.
September 15, 2014
A sequel that holds the interest and offers some new stuff about a villain who become hero.
Minions are a really important element in this film. Their gestures explains more than their language. (?)
September 29, 2014
Not despicable at all. Take me to Despicable Me 3 please!!
December 26, 2013
Maybe it was better in 3-D?
June 23, 2013
I honestly never thought I would see this movie, but I thought if the dentist offers to show it during a teeth cleaning, why not? I know I won't laugh. I'll say I was surprised by the movie. It isn't perfect, but it does have a much better and focused storyline even if it still doesn't do much to differentiate itself from a children's Saturday morning cartoon versus higher caliber work like Pixar. The whole SantaClause 2 feeling of the movie really didn't bother me, but it's not still that imaginative (well at least the minions didn't get on my nerves and serves a purpose to the story this time). It's this generation's Shrek (grump ugly guy), and I don't know what that means about my movie taste 10 years ago.
September 26, 2014
<3 U THE MINIONSSSSS
September 24, 2014
Much like the first movie - this movie is really cute.
September 15, 2014
This one surpasses the first one, and the first was pretty awesome.
September 11, 2014
Entretenida y palomerona, pero hasta ahí. Solo si no tienen nada mejor que ver o hacer.
September 2, 2014
This was pretty even with the first film. Lots of laughs, with heart to match.
September 11, 2013
Watched: 6 Jul 2013
Watched: 1 Sept 2014
September 1, 2014
Not as funny as the first one.
February 13, 2013
Despicable Me 2 is pretty much more of the same, although this sequel proves to be a lot more original in its inventiveness. While the story is cliched and predictable to a fault, scenes rarely play out in a conventional way - as a result, the movie is constantly hilarious and enjoyable to watch. I certainly wish the story could have been more original, but regardless, the craziness going on on screen is more than enough to make up for it. The minions are just as funny, if not funnier, the voice acting continues to be top notch, and the animation is still beautiful to look at. As far as sequels, Despicable Me 2 takes very few missteps. It could have been less predictable with its story, but still, I enjoyed the heck out of it.
August 26, 2014
hilarious and the perfect family film.Its topped the 2014 film list
August 25, 2014
Not quite as good as the first (the plot is way too predictable even for me), but it's still a worthy and funny sequel.
August 25, 2014
This is a very entertaining movie distinguished by the same brand of retro visuals, witty humor, and over-the-top characters as its predecessor. I was disappointed, however, in the absence of my favorite character Vector, Gru's opposing super villain. Instead of Vector, we get Kristin Wiig's Lucy who is, initially, annoying; however, Lucy's character grows on audiences and she is quite funny as the film progresses. The minions are more tolerable this time around, partly because I was expecting their bickering mumbo jumbo, and partly because they were actually an integral part of the plot. Even the villainous El Macho was a funny character.
I liked how much of the movie was set in "normal" locations and that care and detail was given to making these venues seem interesting; what other cartoon of recent memory is set primarily in a shopping mall and a Mexican restaurant? I was reminded in many ways of Disney's television show Kim Possible, which also combined James Bond-esque antics with normal urban settings and everyday situations.
My main complaint with the film, however, is that the title "Despicable Me 2" is out of place. Gru never does anything "despicable" in the entire film, except maybe freeze-gun a kid towards the end of the film and break a few things. Ever since his drastic personality change in the first film, Gru is no longer the type of guy who would steal the moon or run over cars for the sake of being evil. This sequel should have been called "Overprotective Spy Dad," which better describes the plot. While Gru is still a funny person, I miss his old "despicable" ways.
March 11, 2012
There were same amounts of predictable and surprising moments in this very well-developed pleasant sequel that's better than its predecessor because of being more cute and hilarious, like another animated family comedy "The Croods." (A)
(Full review coming soon)