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I watched this movie about 10 yrs ago. My brother had that VHS. I was only a kid so I can't remember if it came first on television and then on VHS. All your lovable cartoon characters like Winnie the Pooh, the Smurfs, Alf, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Garfield, and many others teach children about drugs and its negative consequences. I can't remember much of the plot.
Its a nice cartoon, even though it might have a few flaws, but you know, every cartoon has some flaws. Nobody's perfect
Remember that I first mentioned this movie on a *cough* *cough* Brinquedo rant which I deleted it because I made myself look like a fool? I can't even rant that well. I stutter too much and manage to make myself sound foolish ._.lll
Well the movie came out 2 days after my 15 birthday and I was so tottaly hoping to see this movie ever since the beginning of this year.
It stars a supervillain named Gru who lives in a happy neighborhood. He plans to steal the moon. He adopts 3 girls while disguised as a dentist Margot, Edith, and Agnes. He first tries to use them as scheme, but their innocence makes him change deeply.
I liked this movie. It was good, heart warming, despite me not liking Miranda Cosgrove so much (She's an okayish actress, but her singing's terrible >.>). I recommend the movie