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The writing and script is original but lazy and generic, the animation is good but won’t save this film, and the characters get pointless. 😔😔 I am going to get so much hate..
Not so good for the original
the characters are memorable with good development and hilarious voice actors. besides a couple of them, many jokes work very well. and of course the crowning star of the movie is gru's voice actor, it succeeds at being a enjoyable family film that even some adults might laugh at
Love this movie! Watched a recent encore and still love it. I love the character of Gru, and the minions, and the three girls. Funny, outrageous story. A lot of language and situation humor, and enough zaniness to stay intrigued throughout.
This is a nice film, and I would highly recommend. It's nive to be finally be on the side of the antagonist. The score and soundtrack are very good and the style is quite unique, and is responsible for the simplification in animation style across the box office. Vector is by far the best villain in the Despicable Me series, and the minions gags are by far the most memorable in this one.
Its charming. A great family film
Fresh start for Illumination!
Very silly but very fun
This is a very funny movie that will be enjoyable for the whole family!
Somehow I had missed the entire MCU ("Minions Cinematic Universe") until finally watching this last night—and afterward, I felt like I should have gone another decade without seeing this sophomoric slapstick marketing ploy.