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Despicable Me 2

Despicable Me 2

English, Hindi
05 Jul, 2013
1 hrs 39 mins
255 votes
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Gru is no longer a villain since he rescued his 3 foster daughters, Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Edith (Dana Gaier), and Agnes (Elsie Fisher) from Vector in `Despicable Me`. But his calm and unexciting new life takes an unexpected turn when he is recruited by Lucy Wilde and Silas Ramsbottom and is taken to the headquarters of the Anti-Villain League, a society dedicated to fighting crime on a global scale. There, he discovers that Eduardo, a new villain is on the loose. Since Gru was once a villain himself and knows how they think, Silas (who is the League`s head) wants Gru to help them fight Eduardo. Can Gru fight Eduardo and save the world?
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The nasty yet likeable Gru with his bald head, pointed nose, striped scar, hunched back and a goofy non-specific accent is back! The reformed bad guy, who chose fatherhood over villainy in the previous `Despicable Me` (2010), will have to turn into a spy this time around. While the `Anti-Villain League` wants him to find the guy who`s stolen a destructive chemical,Gru`s more interested in chasing and keeping his daughter`s boyfriend at bay. Amidst all this, he himself falls in love, but fears being rejected. Despicable Me 2 is heartwarmingly entertaining just like its prequel, if not better. The characters are as delightful and the story will appeal to kids and adults alike. Humour, action and emotions are beautifully infused in equal proportion into the story. The escapism that the animation provides leaves you with a pleasant smile throughout. Other than Gru, it`s his youngest daughter Agnes and his army of those super-cute tiny yellow minions that steal the show. The sight of them communicating with each other in their unique minion language is adorable. ...Read full review
Kids and young adults are in for a lot of fun because Despicable Me 2 is certainly funnier and more expansive than the 2010 original. Unlike Cars 2, which was made just to sell toys, this film actually manages to offer an enjoyable story. And yet every kid (and even his parent) will crave for a stuffed toy of one of the adorable Minions. Despicable Me 2 picks up a few months after the events of the first film Gru is now living happily with his kids, he has given up being a Villain and is trying to start a jam and jelly business with the help of his Minions. But while Gru has shed his image as a baddie, a mysterious Supervillain has a big plan to become the supreme boss of the world, a plan so terrifying that the Anti-Villain League is forced to seek help from Gru. ...Read full review
Just as enjoyable, if not more than the earlier film, Despicable Me 2 sees reformed super-villain Gru (Steve Carell) adjusting nicely to fatherhood and domesticity after adopting three adorable orphan girls in the last film. Having given up his crooked ways, he`s working towards setting up a jam-and-jellies business, when he`s reluctantly persuaded by the Anti-Villain League to team up with goofy secret agent Lucy Wilde (Kristen Wiig). Together they must vanquish a new bad guy, El Macho (Benjamin Bratt), who`s in possession of a serum that can transform all living beings into indestructible purple monsters. Alternately funny and heartfelt, the new film nicely juggles themes of family and companionship with a never-ending stream of gags mostly involving Gru`s loyal helpers, those yellow gibberish-speaking, goggle-eyed Minions who`re crucial to the plot this time around. ...Read full review