June, 25th 2017
Despicable Me 3 album description:The animation film follows the two storylines. The villain named Bratt has stolen a hugest pink diamond ever and Dru now has to save humanity from this bad guy. The second line is that he finds out that he has a twin brother Gru that is still a villain (but only a good one, we guess), and this Gru is voiced by Steve Carell again, the same as Dru. We could never guess that Steve Carell, this home-cozy guy can be a voice of such spectacular persons as these two.
The animation film will definitely be a super fancy in the box office, as it has all the components of what a great entertainment should be. Minions, lots of humor, unexpected meetings, fancy houses, super mega fancy toys, hilarious main everyone, and, of course, a fabulous dog with huge canines that are way bigger that the god itself.
The soundtrack is also made with sense. It includes various famous artists, in addition to its main star, Pharrell Williams: Michael Jackson, Madonna, and A-Ha are amongst them. There are a few songs without normal lyrics (though it is hard to say the lyrics are absent in them – they are in, but sung in the language of minions that only has some sort of resemblance to the human one). These two pieces are ‘Papa Mama Loca Pipa’ and ‘Malatikalano Polatina’. They are hilarious and senseless – just like minions themselves. The famous songs here are Michael Jackson’s Bad and ‘Take on Me’ by A-Ha.
The biggest part of volume has been given to Pharrell Williams and this is good because he did pretty fancy stuff that is nice to listen to all family with such weird and funny film that is also destined for the family view.
We hope producers won’t limit themselves to this part and will do much more in the future! Reference: Visit 'Despicable Me 3' profile on Internet Movie Database, watch an Official Trailer
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