Despicable M3: a movie review by 9-year-old MissObservation

Hi everybody! Welcome! My name is Phoenix and today I’m going to be talking about the movie called, Despicable Me 3. If you liked Despicable Me 1 and 2 and the Minions Movie, I think you’re going to like this one as well.

Obviously there are no bad language or scary parts. It’s just funny parts and your kids are ok to see this movie. So this movie starts out with this guy named Gru and he’s married to this red-head girl. And they both work at this good guy place. But then there’s a bad guy named Evil Brat, or something like that. And he was a bad guy as a kid and he grew up also as a bad guy. And there are all these toys about him and everything. He was on TV. And then, his catch phrase or something like that was like, “I’ve been a baaaaad booooooy.”

Evil Brat steals this huge giant diamond and Gru has to get it back. But, out of nowhere, Gru gets contacted by… guess who? Yep, you guessed it, his twin brother! And he didn’t even know he had one. And when they met each other, they looked exactly the same but at the same time, total opposites. Because his twin brother is named Dru, and he wears all white, and he has long silky blonde hair.

So they both team up, and they try to get the diamond back, and Dru is a terrible villain. But he was still pretty funny. Those three girls that Gru sort of adopted… they were in this movie too. And they were hilarious. The youngest girl thought she could find a unicorn and that whole scenario was funny too.

One of my dad’s most favorite parts about this movie is Evil Brat because he loves all the dance moves and songs that he sings because those were like in the 80’s and my daddy was growing up in the 80’s so he thought that was all funny. And of course the Minions were in this movie and they’re always funny.

So yeah, that’s pretty much the end of my review for the movie called, “Despicable Me 3.” Overall I would give this movie a thumbs up. Thank you for watching. I’ll see you next time. Good bye everybody!

one comment
  1. The subplot in which Lucy attempts to rise to the occasion as a mother is also quite sweet; watching her go into “mama bear” mode is one of the movie’s highlights.

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