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‘Despicable Me 3’ Review: Minions Of Laughs Prove Third Time Is Still The Charm For Zany Toon Series

When you make nearly $1.5 billion from your first two films in a franchise, you can pretty much guarantee there will be a third, and likely many more. That’s good news for fans of Illumination Entertainment’s shamelessly manic Despicable Me series and particularly this third installment for Gru and company, which lays on the gags more lavishly than ever. After a detour a couple of years a
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