Synopsis: Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Edith (Dana Gaier) and Agnes (Elsie Fisher) are three orphaned girls in a suburban district where a criminal mastermind also happens to live. When the four crossed roads, Gru (Steve Carell) adopts the girls and devises a plan to use the trio in his latest heist – stealing the moon. But as the foursome bonded together, Dr. Gru must face reality and decide which is more important – fatherhood or his wicked scheme.
Description: A criminal instigator finds the love of three innocent girls who he used as wager for an ostentatious plot and ultimately changes him for good.
Review: From its intelligently schemed plot to the wonderfully charming characters, Despicable Me definitely is a favorite movie to watch. The amazingly connived concoction of wickedness and cute innocence in the story makes the film very lovable and entertaining to watch. The low end antics and the simplicity of the film make the viewers immersed in its screenplay and find gaiety in the film’s sensitivity. For the many, the Looney Toons feel of the flick creates an atmosphere of cinematic acumen that makes the movie works its magic.
Despicable Me is a winner in itself by introducing unique plot and atypical characters in the story. The yellow, sausage like minions of Gru surely are what binds the flick together by providing the instinctive hilarity that shrewdly tickles the audience’s funny bones. Combined with an exciting plot and creative frolics, the movie undeniably possesses a natural comedic genre without forcibly trying to provoke a laugh.
The animation graphics of the film surely created the whole dramatic theme of the movie with a clever script to put on top. In some of its sequences, the movie has moments of compassion that strikes the audience of what is supposedly a mad man out to conquer the world. In this fidelity, the movie enchants the viewers in its landing to a real world of feelings and emotion. Though not a tear-jerker, the movie is a heart-warming and touching film with a great sense of morale.
Despicable Me owes its success to the astonishing production that its film makers meticulously provided. With its contemporary distinctiveness and sensible fun, the untiring story of an evil genius propped with three witty young gals is to die for.Despicable Me,