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A prime suspect is Eduardo (Benjamin Bratt), the gregarious, preening owner of the mall’s Mexican restaurant, Salsa & Salsa. He bears a suspicious resemblance to El Macho, a legendary outlaw who supposedly died while riding a shark into an active volcano with explosives strapped on his back. Sure enough, they are one and the same. Eduardo’s son, Antonio (Moises Arias), who struts around like a shifty-eyed teenage Valentino, takes an instant shine to Gru’s eldest daughter, Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), who swoons at the first sight of him.
An early sign that Gru has a formidable foe is the capture by magnet of his legion of cute, obedient yellow Minions, whom the serum transforms into an enemy force of furry purple warriors. But like Margo’s ill-fated crush, the premise is rushed; an antidote to the serum is concocted almost as soon as the mass abduction takes place.
Steve Carell's Slavic inflections as Gru do the trick, as before. Wiig's clever hesitations and comic timing help save the day. The minute her character's pointy-ish nose appears on screen, with the rest of her, you know she and the extremely pointy-nosed Gru are going to be sweethearts. Next year the Minions star in their own movie, titled "Minions." "Despicable Me 2" will do, until that one comes along.
But then he is kidnapped by secret agent Lucy Wilde, who sounds suspiciously like Kristen Wiig (playing a different character this time), who takes Gru to Anti-Villain League Headquarters, where he is recruited and asked to become a spy and, in the name of national security, help track down a new super-villain who is up to no good planning an elaborate heist in his experimental research laboratory and magnetized spaceship
Meanwhile, Lucy Wilde (Kristin Wiig) has been dispatched by the Anti-Villain League to acquire Gru’s help in recovering a dangerous transmutation serum that’s been stolen using a giant magnet in the arctic circle. Lucy and Gru go undercover as bakers, opening a cupcake store in the mall and begin investigating several nefarious types, including Mexican restaurant owner, El Macho (Benjamin Bratt)
While the plot is a bit overcomplicated, the real fun is getting to see imaginative animation and wacky scenarios we’d never get to see in a live-action movie. Take the kids, they’ll have a blast