REVIEW: Despicable Me 3 Speaks the Language of Laughter
DStv Zimbabwe hosted the pre-screening of the third instalment in Illumination Entertainment’s animated Despicable Me movie franchise at the Sam Levy’s Village Ster Kinekor Cinemas.
The screening attracted fans from all ages as they braced to get a glimpse of the notoriety of the Minions who up to this point had been cast in their own movie.
Fans started tripling in from around noon and gathered around the cinemas exchanging permutations as to what craziness the franchise would bring out this time around.
Here is What to Expect
Gru (Steve Carrell) and his wife Lucy (Kristen Wiig) get fired from their jobs as super spies after failing several times to capture Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker), a failed former child TV star still smarting over the cancellation of his lame 1980s TV series.
The couple who are now living with adopted daughters Margo, Edith, and Agnes, try all they could to stop Bratt as he spirals out of control stealing the world’s most expensive diamond.
The appearance of Gru’s long lost twin brother Dru complicates the already difficult matter, Dru, flies Gru, Lucy and their three adopted daughters out to his mansion in Fredonia.
The Minions are back in this edition after being cast in their own movie, their introduction provides a comical supporting role to the cast.
Watch out for their magical scene as they orchestrated an intelligent prison break, I won’t spoil it for you on how they got arrested but it’s one scene that you need to look forward.
The movie tries so hard to please both ages as it fuses young lame jokes and urban pop culture, especially in the Balthazar character.