Gru, the former Evil Genius, now is living the straight life in 'Despicable Me 2.' Responsibilities like tucking Agnes and his other 'goils' into bed have replaced hatching diabolical plots.
"Despicable Me 2" is a gag-filled delight from start-to-finish. It's got more laughs in its first five minutes - from its larynx-bending voice actors, its loopy, goofy, design and its milling, mewling Minions - than "Monsters University" managed over its entire length.
And if much of the message, the warmth and the "changed villain" character arc of the original film is missing, the giggles and laughs make up for it.
Sort of a "How Gru got his Groove Back," this farce sees our former Evil Genius living the straight life, out of diabolical plots and raising the three "leeeeeetle goils" who ...