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|Release Date Despicable Me 2 Jul 3, 2013 Wide Genres Despicable Me 2 : Animation,Kids & Family,Comedy|
|Total Vote User Despicable Me 2 : Visitor|
|User Ranting Despicable Me 2 : 4.4|
|User Percentage For Despicable Me 2 : 89 %|
|User Count Like for Despicable Me 2 : 80,608|
|All Critics Ranting For Despicable Me 2 : 6.6|
|All Critics Count For Despicable Me 2 : 152|
|All Critics Percentage For Despicable Me 2 : 74 %|
Actors For Despicable Me 2
|Steve Carell,Kristen Wiig,Benjamin Bratt,Miranda Cosgrove,Russell Brand,Ken Jeong,Steve Coogan,Elsie Fisher,Dana Gaier,Moises Arias,Nasim Pedrad,Kristen Schaal,Pierre Coffin,Chris Renaud,Nickolai Stoilov,Vanessa Bayer|
Despicable Me 2 Movie Review
|Co-directors Chris Renaud and Pierre Coffin, who do Minion voices expertly, never let up on the laughs. A fart joke in 3-D may not be three times as wacky, but the high spirits of Despicable Me 2 are irresistible fun. |
Peter Travers-Rolling Stone
How do you tell a story about a bad guy who is no longer a bad guy? Despicable Me 2 embraces the dilemma and adds new ones.
Nancy Churnin-Dallas Morning News
As a sequel [it] stands level with the first film (also directed by Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud), and may have the edge on it.
Mary F. Pols-TIME Magazine
[A] remarkably tepid sequel to the surprise 2010 hit ...
Bruce Ingram-Chicago Sun-Times
If you're looking for quality prepackaged, predigested Hollywood family fun this summer, you could do a lot worse than Despicable Me 2.
Tirdad Derakhshani-Philadelphia Inquirer
"Despicable Me 2" is light on its feet, visually inventive and very fast with the repartee. It requires actors who can pull off the many peppery lines at warp speed and in that the film is lucky with its voice cast.
Betsy Sharkey-Los Angeles Times
If the first film was in some ways a re-imagining of Seuss, with a grinchy Gru's heart growing from two sizes too small to one too large, Despicable Me 2 continues his rehabilitation from complete societal outlier to minion-infested community fixture.
Michael Burgin-Paste Magazine
The assumption seems to be that the public can't get enough Minions. Despicable Me 2 sets out to test that assumption to its absolute limit.
Tasha Robinson-The Dissolve
Likable characters, inventive visuals buoy "Despicable 2."
Charles Koplinski-Illinois Times
There's still an attempt at the playfully naughty misanthropy, but it feels tired and worn.
Tim Brayton-Antagony & Ecstasy
Everything that is good about it-including those wonderfully nattering minions who have even more screen time and play a bigger role in the narrative-is what was good in the first film, so there isn't any sense of growth or expansion
James Kendrick-Q Network Film Desk
Good film about family values
I guess it shouldn't be a surprise that a watered-down premise would get even blander in the sequel, but it's disappointing to see just how far it's fallen.
Eric D. Snider-Twitch
It's not that the movie is unlikable. It's that it feels like a trip through a random checklist of things that played well in the first film.
Ken Hanke-Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
Let's hear it for the minions - they make this movie and are the real stars of the show.
Jackie K. Cooper-jackiekcooper.com
I laughed harder and more often than in any movie I have seen so far this year!
Austin Kennedy-Film Geek Central
Sure, the pat Hollywood ending is a foregone conclusion, but nobody's complaining when the roller coaster ride is so thoroughly enjoyable!
It has quite a reputation to live up to due to its predecessor, and while it doesn't quite reach the heights of the previous film, this is still a very enjoyable and silly sequel that is a welcome return to the characters we've come to know and love.
For the most part, Despicable Me 2 is amusing and cheerful, but it lacks the mild-cheddar edge that made the first film stand out -- moments like when Gru inflates a balloon animal for a sad boy, only to then pop it himself.
Matt Brunson-Creative Loafing
Yes, the Minions rule, and I look forward to their spin-off movie. But I need to care about Gru, and I don't.
Luke Y. Thompson-Topless Robot
Turning Dr. Evil into Austin Powers ... is the best possible way to keep the reformed character from losing his mojo. (Oh, how Mike Myers has influenced this discussion!)
Steven D. Greydanus-Decent Films Guide
What makes this another winner is that there are more than enough subversive chuckles to balance out the sugar. It is almost impossible to not smile through the duration of the movie.
Michael Smith-Tulsa World
...Just as charming, hilarious, clever, and well paced as its predecessor.
It feels like a typical sequel that rehashes bits and pieces from the original with tweaks, like making the minions and their hijinks more central to the story.
Robin Clifford-Reeling Reviews
Exactly what a cartoon should be. A lot of fun, with jokes that both kids and grown-ups can enjoy.
Scott Nash-Three Movie Buffs
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