Despicable Me 3
Year:
2017
Country:
USA
Genre:
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Comedy, Family, Animation
IMDB rating:
6.3
Director:
Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin
Kristen Wiig as Lucy (voice)
Nev Scharrel as Agnes (voice)
Katia Saponenko as Niko's Mother (voice)
Jenny Slate as Valerie Da Vinci (voice)
Dana Gaier as Edith (voice)
Brian T. Delaney as Commercial Announcer / Military Officer / Additional Voice (voice)
Trey Parker as Balthazar Bratt (voice)
Michael Beattie as TV Show Host / Scar-Faced Man (voice)
Miranda Cosgrove as Margo (voice)
Steve Coogan as Fritz / Silas Ramsbottom (voice)
Steve Carell as Gru / Dru (voice)
Andy Nyman as Clive the Robot (voice)
Julie Andrews as Gru's Mom (voice)
Storyline: After he is fired from the Anti-Villain League for failing to take down the latest bad guy to threaten humanity, Gru finds himself in the midst of a major identity crisis. But when a mysterious stranger shows up to inform Gru that he has a long-lost twin brother-a brother who desperately wishes to follow in his twin's despicable footsteps-one former super-villain will rediscover just how good it feels to be bad.
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Reviews
Not so good.....
Honestly, this movie is an average one well..... below average. There's very little comedy and the story also doesn't provide us enough content to be engaged. Even the comedy performed by the minions seems stupid and without laughs most of the time. The first two movies of Despicable Me series were good but after that everything has fallen apart let it be Minions or this movie. Maybe it's time to end this series and look for a new one but that's just a personal opinion. Overall not so good.
2017-11-06
Here lies the remains of this franchises credibility
Despicable Me was a hit no one saw coming when it came out in 2010. I remember going in with zero expectations and leaving pleasantly surprised at how good this animated family film was. Steve Carell was great, the Shrek like story had a real sense of humour and heart to it, and the minions were first introduced firmly in their place, the background. Unfortunately the success of this one film meant the rise of the Minion by Illumination, an animated film company that has yet to make a film anywhere near as good since. Now after an okay second film, an abomination of a spin off and the extremely bland Secret Life of Pets, Illumination brings us Despicable Me 3. I was hopeful going in, the first film was great and the second was also enjoyable, so the third film should be an improvement upon the Minions movie right? Well yes, but Despicable Me 3 is yet another cash grab sequel that proves that this franchise has done all it can and is on the brink of death.

The producers of this franchise know who their audience are and who buys their ancillary markets, although both audiences aren't necessarily one and the same, the producers seem to think so and thus have made this film for the merchandise buyers, aka super mainstreamers and children… The third Despicable Me film is the first in the trilogy to abandon attempts to please the family unit, in favour of appealing to 4-12 year old's and anyone with a Minion phone case. As a consequence, the film contains an endless barrage of idiotic slapstick comedy, crappy puns, stupid voices, silly dances, as well as, Minion babble… So literally nothing we haven't already seen, and seen done better in this case, in every single kids and family film ever made…

The biggest issue for me was the films humour, or better yet, lack of humour, as it was so horrifically bad that I seriously questioned every punchlines, do people actually think that these jokes are funny or are they meant to be ironic? Is the joke that these jokes are so painfully unfunny? I genuinely don't know. I do know however, that when i did laugh, which was rare, it was ironically, as this film is littered with cliché and cringey jokes which are delivered with a slight level of uncertainty by the voice actors, to which lead me to question it being ironic or not. About midway through the film there is a dinner scene which was the tipping point for me. I found myself in such discomfort, due to the scenes extremely unfunny nature and large levels of cringe, that I was hysterical, unable to contain my laughter for all the wrong reasons. Despicable Me 3 is so unfunny that it's even funny at times, but you have solider through the field of cringe and discomfort that comes with the films grating sense of humour. If Sandra Bullock and Jon Hamm can't save the Minions movie, Trey Parker and another Steve Carell cannot save Despicable Me 3

The film itself does what the Minions Movie did even worse, and that is not fully commit to certain plot lines. The film introduces the villain Balthazar Bratt in the opening, only to have him do nothing for the rest of the film, in favour of a brotherly love story between Steve Carell and Steve Carell. The film does cut back to Bratt and doesn't forget about him completely, but he feels very out of place once Dru is introduced. As well as this, the film recycles the same two or three sub plots from the first two films; There is a struggle with a character about being a parent (In this case, Lucy), Gru struggling with the urge to be bad when he knows he must be good for the 'Gurls!', and the Minions get a side story because Minions are the hottest of sh*t in the 2010's.

Lastly, Kristen Wiig comes off as excruciatingly awful in this film in large part due to the films unfunny nature. Kristen Wiig is an awkward comedy comedian and thus relies heavily on good material to work with, otherwise it's just cringe. All of Lucy's humour falls flat on its face as the material given isn't good, and Wiig's performance overall comes off as desperate-for-a-laugh because of this. Sorry Kristen :(.

To conclude, Despicable Me 3 is not the quality boost the franchise needed, but rather proves that the Despicable Me franchise has nothing more to offer us. The films have become more accessories to the Minion Merch with every new instalment and I pray that they please let this die as this film proves that it is ready for the sweet release of death. This is a huge shame as Despicable Me in 2010 was a great film, now ruined by a series of cash grab sequels that are the reason The Emoji Movie exists… Thanks a lot Gru, thanks a lot.
2017-07-13
Still funny and cute but becoming repetitive
The villains and his Minions return for another adventure. Gru (Steve Carell) has adapted to a life as a secret agent working with his wife Lucy (Kristen Wiig) for the Anti Villain League. When a new villain Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker), a former child star obsessed with the 80s when he was famous, steals a diamond, Gru steps in and prevents him from stealing the diamond but lets him escape. The new leader of the AVL Valerie Da Vinci (Jenny Slate) fires Gru and Lucy for failing to capture Bratt. Without a job, Gru worries about his new family but the Minions want him to go back to villainy. The Minions abandon Gru and set out on their own.

Gru has to break the news to his adopted daughters Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Edith (Dana Gaier), and Agnes (Nev Scharrel) and does so with the help of Lucy who is struggling to adapt to the role of mother. Balthazar uses a fat suit that looks like our current president to steal the diamond. Gru receives a request from his long lost twin brother Dru. The family flies out the Freedonia to meet Dru who lives on a pig farm. Dru sends Lucy and the girls into the village and proposes to Gru a return to villainy. Lucy tries to adjust to being a mother but loses Agnes and Edith. Agnes learns of a legend of a unicorn and becomes determined to find the mystical creature. Gru gets a taste of being a villain again and agrees to work with Dru on a heist to steal back the diamond from Balthazar.

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2017-07-05
Despicable 2
No I know it's the third one (or fourth one if you count the standalone Minions movie), but I'm talking about the new "character" in this. I do wonder if Steve Carrell got twice as much money this time around. And don't be too depressed by my rating. This still works, especially for kids but some might argue for their parents or adults in general.

It's just not as good as the standard the first one set. And if you were appalled by the fact that the minions got a standalone movie, I don't think you will watch this anyway (though how do you feel about the Emoji movie I wonder?). All kidding aside and with some added Minion adventure to accompany the main story (it's nice it gets separated, sort of like Ice Age does with it's Critter that goes nuts solo), So enjoy this for what it is and especially enjoy the music! It's really good and while there might not be a "Happy" song, there are enough similar sounding ones all there to guarantee an uplifting mood ...
2017-09-04
I @*%$ing loved it!
Where to begin? There is so much to say about the new addition to the Despicable Me franchise. Lets start with the voice talent. Despicable Me 3 saw the return of Steve Carell to the role of Felonious Gru (or Gru for short), but also using his talent for voice acting to create a unique voice for the new character of Dru, Gru's twin brother. Also Kristen Wiig returning her role of Lucy Wilde, Gru's wife and work partner until they are fired by Valerie Da Vinci, voiced by Jenny Slate. This is a good time to mention that I am a huge Jenny Slate fan and I was a over the moon when I found she was in one of my favorite movie franchises even if she had very little screen time. Talking of new arrivals, Trey Parker absolutely crushed the part of the antagonist, Balthazar Bratt. Bratt himself is a complex character. His backstory is slightly rushed but you get the idea. Bratt was a child actor in Hollywood famous as "Evil Bratt", a child super villain obsessed with world denomination, but once he hit puberty the show was axed and Bratt became obsessed with the character he once played. Bratt also gained a deep hatred for Hollywood. Bratt also has a hatred for Gru which isn't truly explained but it causes him to kidnap the girls and nearly kill Gru with a high powered laser. My favorite thing to do in movies is look for hidden references a one was so in-your-face that I don't think you can even call it an Easter egg. At one point the minions chase a pizza delivery man to a theater in which a singing competition is taking place and they end up on the stage. Not enough, the competition was called "Sing". I'm not sure if this a coincidence or of this is a nod to the 2016 movie "Sing!", also by Illumination Entertainment. Highly recommended movie for all the family. If you go, Enjoy. :-)
2017-07-08
Uncomfortable humor and tried plot line
Going into the film, I thought it would be another fun, and enjoyable Illumination animated film, but there was something off with the humor used, and the range of characters from the start. Having one villain dance to 'Physical' against a pole, and on a exercise ball, wasn't really that appropriate. And with Gru's twin, it was played homage to the low level of entertainment that 'Jack n Jill' brought about, except being animated. Gru and Dru didn't properly embrace for a normal hug once, it was always just out of control strangling each other around the waist? And why would you have two twin brothers, in their underwear, lying down by each other, on a beach in the evening? Just an example of how appropriation for gender, and sexual curiosity has been encouraged for children's film, and in their everyday lives. You can say it is just a playful children's film, but that should be the reasons content like this should not be present at all.
2017-07-12
A fun film, but with a very annoying villain
Despicable Me 3 is a good movie, although I prefer the first two over the third one.

The Bad: 1. Balthazar Bratt was an incredibly annoying villain, mostly because I hate Trey Parker, the man who voices the character, also the co-creater of South Park and the voice of another character I hate with a passion, Eric Cartman. I think Balthazar Bratt was partially based on Eric Cartman, which makes me hate him more than before. The moment he got defeated in the end was an awesome moment. It could be a lot worse if it had Matt Stone in the cast as well. Thankfully, this bad aspect doesn't ruin the movie as a whole. 2. It is a bit disappointing that Russell Brand as Dr Nefario did not return. He was very funny in the first two movies.

The Good: 1. The voice acting, for the most part, was really good. It consists of Steve Carell, a comedian I like, Kristin Wiig, Miranda Cosgrove, Dana Gaier, Nev Scharrel, Steve Coogan, Julie Andrews, Jenny Slate and Pierre Coffin. About Trey Parker, to his credit, his voice did fit the character of Balthazar Bratt, although his voice did make him annoying. 2. The music used in the movie was pretty good. "Bad" by Michael Jackson was really catchy. 3. The cast of characters, minus Balthazar Bratt, was likable and colourful. I love the chemistry between Gru and his twin brother, Dru, both voiced by Steve Carell. It is common to have twin siblings in animation voiced by one person. Yubaba and Zeniba, from Spirited Away, were both voiced by Mari Natsuki, as another example, albeit a foreign-language film example. 4. The animation fits the comedic tone of movie, and is pretty colourful as well.

If you enjoy the Despicable Me franchise, watch this movie, but do not expect it to live up to the first two.
2017-06-15
Steve Carrell makes the same movie, again
It's a soulless cash grab and nothing more. There is no continuation from the previous installments; the only thing it has in common with its predecessors is that it's equally unfunny and has no substance. I would go as far as to say that Robert Rodriguez's film Sharkboy and Lavagirl, while not a very good movie, had more charm than the film at hand, because Despicable Me 3 had no charm.

To be clear, I hold Sharkboy and Lavagirl in high esteem for its sentimental value.
2017-07-29
Three is A Win For Me
Despite what I had hoped, it seemed inevitable for Universal studios to bring about another Despicable Me movie to compete in this summer's animation flick. The series has been incredibly popular with merchandising, despite a film series with an up and down quality. Gru and company are back for another round to try and tickle our funny bones while melting our hearts in the process. Will time number four (three if you don't count the prequel) return back to the quality of the first predecessor, or does it fall victim to merchandising simplicity? Robbie K here to try and answer that question! Let's get started!

LIKES:

Animation/Cute: We all know that these movies are adorable, and that same atmosphere is present through much of the movie. The relationships between Gru and his Minions, and his newfound brother Dru, and even lovable little Agnes and her new family are certain to soften the hardest hearts. And to bring that cuteness to full form is the lovable, fluid, and crazy animation of this series. All the disproportioned anatomical parts, colorful settings, and vibrant gestures are flawless in this movie and bring that same atmosphere you fell in love with.

Funny/Clever: Of course Despicable Me isn't just about being cute, but also comical at the same time. It seems the directing team learned something from their first movie, and did a nice job bringing entertainment to the silver screen. Despicable Me 3 dives back into its comedy roots, maximizing on awkwardly hilarious scenarios and over the top comedic delivery. Gru (and Dru) spout off plenty of one-liners that had me laughing, in those grossly accented, over the top accents that make me laugh. The writing is not only well-timed, but also quite clever in the number of references they make alongside the pokes at popular culture. Even the Minions redeem themselves, falling back into a supporting role that changes up the comedy styles and brings even more laughs. Such nice balance works and is a step in the right direction for future series, especially with the jokes integrated into a story instead of just jabbering nonsense.

Music: If you have read my previous reviews, then you know I appreciate good sound support to the visuals. Certainly, the sound editing goes well with all the crazy visual effects, but the real masterpiece comes in the music. Balthazar Bratt is an 80's obsessed villain, see the trailer, and with this obsession comes a love for the 80's songs. Despicable Me 3 is not shy of the wonders of the decade, in all their toe tapping, synthesizer heavy glory. I was happy to know all the songs on the track list, and appreciated it even more at the clever integration into the movie. Sure, there are some stretches into the silly section, but for the most part my friend and I had a blast enjoying the teams' integration into the movie that was incredibly fun!

DISLIKES:

Smaller Character Development: It was cute, it was cuddly, and it had some strong moments of development. Yet Despicable Me 3 still cannot hold a candle to the majesty of the first film in regards to balance of the character development. Gru and Dru's story is well matched, and the main villain has a tightened-up story. Yet, the development of the other characters remains lacking at parts, forced at times into a rushed mess that felt shallow and lacking. Gru is doing well with his fatherhood, but the third installment somehow washes the caring father role away in favor of the newer relationships, such a shame. In addition, I didn't feel the emotional kick like I did back in the first installments as well. There was one point I felt sorry for a side character, but outside of that…nothing.

No Dr. Nefario: It's unfortunate, but true. Fans of the notorious, invention making, gas filled madmen are going to be disappointed with the lack of his deep voice and obscure lines. Sure, there is a cameo (that is quite entertaining), but the absence of the side kick was a disappointment to this reviewer and the hilarity that could have ensued. Oh well, perhaps the next one will bring him back into the mix, but don't get your heart set on anything.

Trailers reveals much: Why can Hollywood not learn to sell everything in the trailers? Despicable me 3 falls victim to much being revealed in the 3-4 TV spots that have been released. Pay attention to these trailers and you will be able to decipher the intentions, schemes, and outcomes of much of the movie leaving little to the imagination. And yes, there are many comedy moments that have been overdone on the trailers, which may chip away some of the effect. Shame on you advertising for revealing so much surprise. Fortunately, if you are free of TV ads (thanks to streaming), you are okay.

The VERDICT:

Despicable Me 3 was a fun, family friendly adventure that I very much enjoyed. With a fantastic sense of comedy, revamping of storytelling, and animation to support it all, I certainly think this entertainment worth watching. Yes, it still has its shortcomings in regards to emotional punches, character development, and surprise, but this reviewer feels the positivity contained in the 90 minutes will make up for it. Worth a trip to the theater? You bet it is, but no so much in 3-D as it did little but to add the coming at you from the screen gimmick.

My scores are:

Animation/Action/Adventure: 8.0 Movie Overall: 7.0
2017-06-30
Despicable Me 3
Just when you thought they couldn't milk this franchise any further, we get a trilogy, as if it was obligatory (I actually think it is).

I have never understood why this franchise was even remotely popular. The first movie was reasonably passable capitalising on the now exhausted superhero genre. An evil super genius getting long in the tooth tries to remain relevant amongst the growing number of younger supervillains. And in the end the supervillain becomes the hero. Then came the sequel which simply went straight down the old supervillain versus superhero route. The supervillain from the first movie now essentially a superhero fighting crime. Now along comes the third movie which is clearly struggling for ideas.

It now turns out that old Gru (Steve Carell) has a long lost brother called Dru (ugh!!). Dru of course looks identical to Gru except he has hair, he is also voiced by Carell. Dru is a budding supervillain and dreams of working with his infamous super genius brother. Problem is Gru is now a superhero and can't find a way to break this to his brother. So in the long run Gru ends up tricking Dru into helping him take down a problematic supervillain called Balthazar Brat (Trey Parker). Gru does this by pretending they are actually carrying out an evil plan. But anyway, yes they drag up the old long lost relation plot angle to keep this nonsense going. I really don't need to explain how lame this is do I?

Right so we already know Gru, his wife Lucy and their kids. So what about Dru, what's he like? Well like I said he looks identical to Gru, except for his flowing blonde hair. His voice is fairly similar to Gru's because he's voiced by Carell, oh and he dresses in white...to counter Gru's black. So yeah...that's about as imaginative as it gets for that. But wait! There is actually a positive note here, and that's the new evil character of Balthazar Brat. This is mainly down to two simple reasons. Firstly he's voiced by Trey Parker who has that simple, yet amusing tone of voice that we all know and love from 'South Park'. Really hard to pinpoint why his voice is so catchy because its generally pretty normal. I think its Parker's ability to sound so satirical and mocking in a relatively deadpan manner.

Secondly its because the character of Balthazar is stuck in the 80's. He's obsessed with the 80's, anything and everything to do with that era. Being an 80's gen bloke this of course appealed to me greatly and I enjoyed the various pop culture references. Admittedly most of the references, quips and visual gags weren't anything overly original. He dances to various classic 80's pop songs while he works and plays with various 80's toys and gadgets. He dresses in typical 80's fashions, he has a mullet, and his evil plan involves a giant robot or mech rampaging through Hollywood (in typical 'Godzilla' or 80's Saturday morning cartoon type fashion). So whilst this character was indeed a totally unoriginal idea, for me he was fun to watch. Not overly sure how kids these days would quite get him though. I would of thought most of the references would go sailing over their heads.

Indeed its only when Balthazar is on the screen this movie is any fun. Most of the movie is filled with mind-numbing crapola showing Gru looking after his insufferable kids. Like the sub plot involving one of his daughters trying to find a unicorn...eh? Or the other daughter and her potential boyfriend...ugh! Or spending time with his brother and his supervillain inventions (like we haven't seen that kind of stuff before). As for the minions, hell they've been relegated to a sub plot also. You don't actually get that much minion screen time a tall really because they leave Gru after he refuses to return to villainy. Of course they return for the finale but overall they're in and out of the picture. Odd because I thought they were a cash cow.

I dunno, I just didn't get the point of this movie because it literally offered nothing new. Even the bad guy, who was enjoyable, was completely unoriginal in every aspect. Yes the movie looks great as all CGI animated movies do nowadays, so that's kinda inconsequential at the end of the day. The soundtrack is the usual god awful collection of hip-hop and rap which every kids movie has to incorporate it seems. Its not particularly funny and its not particularly exciting. The entire feature simply feels like a by the numbers production merely chugged out to try and squeeze the last few drops of money out before it inevitably dies. Well its dead alright.

4/10
2017-10-27
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