Gru, the world’s greatest supervillain, has planned the greatest heist in history: he’s going to steal the moon. However, when three young orphaned girls see a father in him, he’s met his greatest challenge.
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The irritating cultural ubiquity of those fucking minions is starting to get to me, but they can't hold back a film this cute and fun -- Steve Carrel can do no wrong; he holds the whole thing together. It also never feels overtly manipulative and mawkish as much of Pixar's recent output has.
Despitefully good. Following the course of movies about villains-who-turn-heroes, it has a few enjoyable surprises here and there, with plenty of laugh and cuteness. Am I the only person who haven't fall in love for the minions?
Pretty bland and indifferent kids film. The Minions were easily the best part, but they were sadly shoved to the background while uninspired "heroes" took the foreground. The only think I really liked about this was that I downloaded the "Best Buy Movie Mode" app that allowed me to sync it with the film in the theaters so at the end, when the Minions are speaking nonsense, it would decode what they were saying.
No matter how bad a CG kids movie is I can usually find a few things about it I like. I had real trouble digging for those things with Despicable Me. I could count the funny parts on one hand and they didn't happen until the last 20 minutes. The characters and voice acting were pretty dumb and despite some pretty good animation this movie was predictable and dumb.
Na primeira metade, é um cartoon dos melhores tempos da Warner: ácido, levemente sádico, engraçadíssimo, meio nonsense; na segunda, um Disney digno e típico: fofo e cheio de cenas de ação que não dizem muita coisa. Ainda assim, uma das sessões mais divertidas do ano. E o 3D é o mais bem explorado dessa safra de animações.