Despicable Me 3 movie review: The Steve Carrell – Kristin Wiig starrer suffers from a hangover of its prequels


By Aarti Iyengar

Often franchises tend to disappoint the audience over failure to reach the expectations caused by their previous parts. Despicable Me 3 is no different to this disease. Gru is once again back but has he cleaned his acts for good? That’s one question I’m going to leave hanging for you folks or the plot would be ruined. But yes, I will divulge on how Gru and his newfound twin Dru save the day. Must admit, he always manages to find some new partner in crime to ward away the evil. Too much irony in that statement, don’t you think? Well, that’s how the third part is. Honestly, right before I left to watch the film, I decided to check out the trailers and refresh my memory. A mistake I will never repeat ever again. On the same, I’m going to exaggerate later.

What’s it about?
Gru is back with his adopted girls, hot new wife and pack of minions, set to save the day. But like always, he doesn’t get the easy way out of doing things. Obstacles are much necessary and we have that in the form of Balthazar Bratt, a rejected child artist who seems to have never grown out …read more

Source:: Bollywoodlife