Review: New ‘Despicable Me’ relatable for those with annoying siblings

Review: New 'Despicable Me' relatable for those with annoying siblings

Mario English, Canyon Chronicle

    Despicable Me 3, which will released on Blu-ray on Dec. 5, is a PG-rated animated comedy produced by Illumination Entertainment. It is one of the best animation movies I have seen this year.
    The despicable minions who are wanting to return to evil after Gru and Lucy lose their jobs at the Anti Villain League. He soon he finds out he has a long lost brother and they form a team to take on Balthazar Bratt, a former child star who has grown up to be a villain.
    This movie is definitely worth watching. Anyone who has been annoyed by a brother or sister can relate to Gru’s relationship with his brother, who is annoying and childish.
    Parents would like this because it has that adult humor that kids don’t even think about. Other kids would like it especially little kids who see a movie and it looks good and they’ll watch it.
    The quality and the jokes of this movie is awesome. I would give it 5 out of 5 stars. I would recommend it because it’s really funny and entertaining and it’s a nice time to be with your family and watch movies.