When the previews for Despicable Me came out – I wasn’t all the impressed.
The little yellow guys looked really cute, but I guess as my girls get older, the cartoon movies seem to be less and less a draw for us.
But just the other day, I received a copy of Despicable Me to review from Deluxe Media. So my youngest daughter and I curled up on the couch last night with popcorn in hand and watched the ‘little yellow guys’ movie as we call it.
WOW! It’s a REALLY cute movie.
I was happily surprised.
It’s not filled with TONS of potty humor or horrible child rebellion.
Dr. Gru’s evil ways are turned to good with the influence of three very adorable little girls and all things small are made big again. ( you have to watch it to know what I mean).
The movie has some little issues here and there, it’s a movie of course… they always do. LOL.
But all in all, this will be one we’ll watch again.
Here’s some more info and video’s for you..
In celebration of Despicable Me on Blu-ray and DVD ringing in $25 Million on its first day in stores, please watch this never-before-seen clip of the brand new mini-movie “Orientation Day” featuring those lovable Minions
A look at the movies Girl Power
Despicable Me is the hilarious tale of Gru, the self-proclaimed “World’s Greatest Villain,” whose plot to pull off the craziest crime of the century is turned upside down by three adorable orphans. The latest film from producer Chris Meledandri (Ice Age, Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who!), it features an unforgettably funny all-star voice cast including Steve Carell, Jason Segel, Miranda Cosgrove, Academy Award® winner Julie Andrews, Russell Brand, Kristen Wiig, Will Arnett, Danny McBride, Jack McBrayer and Jemaine Clement.
oh.. and now I know the ‘little yellow guys’ are called Minions