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In the previous of movie of Despicable Me, it talks about the brief concept that everbody has good inside them and no matter how twisted and evil one can get, there will always be that something that can make a person’s heart soft. This was easily portrayed in when the protagonist ( Gru ) met the three orphan kids ( Margo, Edith and Agnes ) and how they literally changed his life. In the sequel Despicable Me 2, the Gru’s story continues but due to the marketing of this movie, somehow the minions became a main character in the movie unlike in the first movie where they were only just assistant’s to Gru’s evil plots. The movie mostly rotated in the minions because let’s face the fact that they are extremely adorable. It talks about some serum that when inserted in any living specimen can turn them “evil”. If we summarize the movie it’s mostly about some evil dude named “ El Macho” capturing Gru’s irresistible minions and turning them evil for world domination but in the end Gru prevails and recover’s his minions and they live happily ever after. But if we look a little closer, we can see that this movie is more than just little yellow engineers wearing matching overalls. In the next paragraphs I will cite some parts of the movie in which we can gets lessons that we can apply in life. First, one scene in the movie is the first time Gru and Lucy met. Gru shot his freeze ray at Lucy and mistaken her for just a common woman that you can see everyday on the street or the times that the minions saw an ice cream van which turned out to be a machine that abducted them. But after firing his freeze ray, Lucy counters with a flamethrower and the ice cream van just sucked all of the minions that were captivated by it. In this scene we can learn that not everything is what it seems. In today’s modern world, we can see many things that can easily deceive us. Never make the mistake of underestimating anyone because sooner or...
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