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Despicable Me 4 Movie Review

Story: The once-villanious, now secret agent Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) has softened up and is devoted to his new baby boy. All is well until Gru´s action of getting his arch nemesis, known as ´insect man,´ Maxime Le Mal (voiced by Will Ferrell), arrested reignites an old rivalry, compelling Gru and his family to hide.

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Review: Gru and his family, along with the evr-chaotic but endearing minions, relocate to a safe house in a new area, adopting new identities and facing fresh challenges. They contend with unfriendly neighbours and the risk of being exposed by an unlikely ally. Additionally, they confront Maxime and revisit Gru´s old school to steal a honey badger. Agnes maintains the charm with her big eyes, joined by Gru´s tiny toddler, adding to the family´s appeal. The franchise has always combined un unorthodox lead character with a heartfelt, albeit silly, story. The minions add humor with their unique language.

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The fourth installment retains these elements but struggles with an overstuffed and underdeveloped script that leaves various subplots unfulfilled. The film feels rushed and disjointed, lacking the cohesion needed to make a lasting impact. Despite the humorous moments, they fail to coalesce into a compelling narrative. There is also a subplot involving minions transformed into destructive mega minions that adds more chaos thsn clarity. Aside from one standout chase scene featuring Lucy, set to the iconic music from "Terminator," the movie struggles to leave a memorable impression.

Despicable Me 4 is the worst movie as compare to predecessors

"Despicable 4" is moderately charming and fun but falls short of the heights reached by its predecessors in the series.

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