Despicable Me


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 81%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 433198


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Kristen Wiig as Miss Hattie
Jason Segel as Vector
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1.40 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
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756.52 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
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1.44 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sadmansakibsifat 7 / 10

You can watch it twice with lots of ease!

Probably the major asset in my perspective of Despeciable Me are, engaging narrative and concrete plot. Universal's this animated is full of pure gems. The humor is rich thorough the movie. Steve Carell did a likable work. One thing impressed me! How 5 peoples managed the most creative section of the film? Two Directors (Coffin-Ranaud), One story writer (Pablos) and Two screenplay writer (Paul-Daurio) are those guys. Well, sometimes population even create a good thing. By the way, Coffin's voice-arts are praise able. Its worth watch, you can watch it twice with lots of ease.

Reviewed by huggibear 8 / 10

Way TOO CUTE!! 8 Stars from me!!!

A very sweet movie I'm certain that many can relate to in terms of 'adoption'. I wasn't adopted, but I spent almost 4 years in a foster home before my real parent came back to get me. So that feeling of abandonment was with me for many years and I saw myself relating to the three little girls in the orphanage. I finally figured out that it didn't matter after all. But I held a grudge for several years that finally dissipated with my own resolve.

So warm was this movie! It melts the heart when a father-figure (alone or together with a mate) wants to raise children with proper morality and values. Cool role modeling kind of movie!

I have not seen the sequels to this movie yet, but I probably will check them out at some point. The children were adorable, especially during bedtime and at the theme park when trying to win the unicorn stuffed animal, my favorite parts of the film. I recommend this film, especially to all 'wanna-be' dads and children who have come from parental or guardian 'abandonments'.

Reviewed by swilliky 9 / 10

Goofy animation comedy with iconic yellow minions

Introducing a likable cartoon villain and his iconic, adorable sidekick, Despicable Me birthed a new franchise for Illumination. Gru (Steve Carell) is a villainous character who pops balloons in front of kids and uses his freeze ray to cut in line at the coffee shop. His ultimate plan is to steal the moon using a rocket ship and a shrink ray. With the help of his little yellow minions and the inventor Dr. Nefario (Russell Brand), he can manage most of the work but would still need a loan from the Bank of Evil. Gru has a hard time living up to the villain standard and disappoints his mother (Julie Andrews). When a new villain Vector (Jason Segel) and steals a pyramid, Gru finds it harder to impress the banker Mr. Perkins (Will Arnett) and receive a loan for his rocket.

A group of orphan girl Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Edith (Dana Gaier), and Agnes (Elsie Fisher) try to sell Gru cookies but he pretends to be a recording. Gru must first steal a shrink ray but when he does, he finds that Vector is one step ahead of him. The only way for Gru to get inside Vector's lair and past all of the booby traps is to adopt the orphans and send them in with robotic cookies. He finds that having three girls in his house turns out to be more difficult than he thought as they terrify his dog-like creature, goof around with the minions, and touch all of his villainous equipment. He does manage to steal the shrink ray from Vector but has to take the girls to their dance class first.

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