This second installment involves our main character being recruited by the Anti-Villain League (AVL) to locate a secret mutating compound that has the ability to turn any object into a killing machine. When Gru finds himself being recruited by AVL agent Lucy Wilde (voice of Kristen Wiig) to locate the missing compound, he finds the offer flattering, but has bigger responsibilities now.
It’s quite interesting to see a villain with a heart nowadays. Facing a mid-life crisis, our super villain decides to take up Wilde’s offer to locate the compound with the assistance of his minions who are without a doubt the stars of the movie. These little creatures have impeccable comedic timing and perform some epic behaviors in the sake of a laugh.
The love connection between Gru and Lucy, as well as the impending love connection between Margo (voice of Miranda Cosgrove) and Eduardo (voice of Moises Arias). It’s something that upsets Gru to a degree, which is quite hilarious to watch. The movie has an occurring theme throughout which is the element of family.
Gru has a family, but it’s not complete. Lucy is missing that vital element to make her life a bit more complete: a significant other. While the tale is about a villain whose wicked ways has been transformed over time, he longs for that notoriety that has made him such a well known name.
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