‘Despicable Me 2’: More heart, more laughs, more despicable
When I first saw “Despicable Me” a couple years ago, I loved it for a number of reasons: it was funny, it had heart, it was a film the whole family could enjoy, and more than anything, it was an entirely original concept.
When I learned Illumination Studios planned two follow-ups to its debut film, I got worried. So far, the studio hadn’t suffered a “sophomore slump.” It’s second major release, “Hop” was far better than some critics gave it credit, and the follow-up to that, “The Lorax,” was phenomenal.
But, much the way the desk lamp has become the icon for Pixar, Gru (and, especially, his Minions) has become the icon for Illumination Studios. And streaks are made to be broken.
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