Despicable Me 3

Gru and his wife Lucy must stop former ’80s child star Balthazar Bratt from achieving world domination.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Gru / Dru (voice): Steve Carell
  • Lucy Wilde (voice): Kristen Wiig
  • Balthazar Bratt (voice): Trey Parker
  • Margo (voice): Miranda Cosgrove
  • Edith (voice): Dana Gaier
  • Agnes (voice): Nev Scharrel
  • Fritz / Silas Ramsbottom (voice): Steve Coogan
  • Gru’s Mom (voice): Julie Andrews
  • Valerie Da Vinci (voice): Jenny Slate
  • Minions / Museum Director / Additional Voice (voice): Pierre Coffin
  • Additional Minions (voice): Chris Renaud
  • Clive the Robot (voice): Andy Nyman
  • The Scar Faced Man / TMZ Announcer (voice): Michael Beattie
  • Additional Voices (voice): Tara Strong
  • Niko (voice): Adrian Ciscato
  • Commercial Announcer / Military Officer / Additional Voice (voice): Brian T. Delaney
  • Celebrity (voice): Ken Daurio
  • Additional Voice (voice): Lori Alan
  • Additional Voice (voice): Carlos Alazraqui
  • Additional Voice (voice): Kyle Balda
  • Additional Voice (voice): Teresa Ganzel
  • Additional Voice (voice): Bob Bergen
  • Additional Voices (voice): Jess Harnell
  • Additional Voices (voice): Gregg Berger
  • Additional Voice (voice): John Kassir
  • Additional Voice (voice): Mona Marshall
  • Additional Voice (voice): John Cygan
  • Additional Voice (voice): Laraine Newman
  • Additional Voice (voice): Jan Rabson
  • Additional Voice (voice): Bill Farmer
  • Additional Voice (voice): Mindy Sterling
  • Additional Voice (voice): Danny Mann
  • Additional Voice (voice): Jim Ward
  • Additional Voice (voice) (uncredited): Matthew Wood
  • Niko’s Mother (voice): Katia Saponenko
  • Commercial Kid (voice): Jude Alpers
  • Vincenzo (voice): Cory Walls
  • Little Girl (voice): Sophie M. Siadatpour
  • Additional Voice (voice): Stephanie De Meautis
  • Additional Voice (voice): Bruno Dequier
  • Additional Voices (voice): Martavious Gayles

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Christopher Meledandri
  • Character Designer: Carter Goodrich
  • Director: Kyle Balda
  • Associate Producer: Robert Taylor
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Dennis Leonard
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Randy Thom
  • Writer: Ken Daurio
  • Writer: Cinco Paul
  • Conductor: Nick Glennie-Smith
  • Musician: Heitor Pereira
  • Producer: Janet Healy
  • ADR Voice Casting: Mickie McGowan
  • ADR & Dubbing: Greg Crawford
  • Foley: Shelley Roden
  • Director: Pierre Coffin
  • Executive Producer: Chris Renaud
  • Thanks: Chihiro Kameyama
  • Associate Producer: Brett Hoffman
  • Songs: Pharrell Williams
  • Visual Development: Brett Nystul
  • Co-Director: Eric Guillon
  • Art Direction: Olivier Adam
  • Color Designer: Gregory Georges
  • Musician: Bruce White
  • Foley: John Roesch
  • Scoring Mixer: Greg Hayes
  • Animation Director: Bruno Dequier
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Zach Martin
  • Musician: Eric Bradley
  • Musician: Bart Samolis
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Brandon Proctor
  • Music Editor: Slamm Andrews
  • Additional Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Tim Nielsen
  • Digital Intermediate: Amy Pawlowski
  • Sound Effects Editor: Mac Smith
  • Post Production Supervisor: Jeannine Berger
  • Visual Development: Guillaume Fesquet
  • Animation: Fabrice Senia
  • Lighting Artist: Cedric Launay
  • Animation: Albert Barba Cunill
  • Lead Animator: Florent de La Taille
  • Set Dressing Supervisor: Florence Putzola
  • Lighting Artist: Catherine Catie Lee
  • Animation Director: Julien Soret
  • Editor: Claire Dodgson
  • ADR & Dubbing: Michael Miller
  • Animation: Pierre-Baptiste Marty
  • Sound Effects Editor: Andre Zweers
  • VFX Artist: Eric Carme
  • Musician: David Arch
  • CG Supervisor: Bruno Chauffard
  • ADR & Dubbing: Wouter van Herwerden
  • Musician: Mark Berrow
  • Stereoscopic Coordinator: John R.A. Benson
  • Animation: Craig Peck
  • Storyboard Artist: Cinzia Angelini
  • Digital Compositors: Guillem Ramisa de Soto
  • Color Designer: Patrick Muylkens
  • Digital Compositors: Rudyard Cretenet
  • Orchestrator: Jonathan Beard
  • Visual Effects: Jill Ambrosino
  • Orchestrator: Henri Wilkinson
  • Set Designer: Thomas Reteuna
  • Musician: Rachel Bolt
  • Publicist: Diane Howard
  • Musician: Nicholas Bucknall
  • Foley: Geoff Vaughan
  • Production Supervisor: Loni J. Albertson
  • Associate Editor: Gilad Carmel
  • Visual Effects: Pierre Lopes
  • Rigging Supervisor: Guillaume Boudeville
  • Supervising Animator: Pierre Avon
  • Character Designer: Nicolas Bauduin
  • Software Engineer: Mélissa Faucher
  • Visual Effects: Axelle De Cooman
  • Lighting Supervisor: Nicolas Brack
  • Supervising Animator: Hichem Arfaoui
  • Supervising Animator: Cécile Brossette
  • Animation: Damien Duprat
  • Animation: Adeline Grange
  • Animation: Vincent Lemaire
  • Lead Animator: Ludovic Savonnière
  • Score Engineer: Greg Loskorn
  • Musician: Jonathan Williams
  • VFX Artist: Marc Lamorille
  • First Assistant Editor: Romana Cicova
  • Animation: Adrian Villarino
  • Foley Editor: Richard Gould
  • Musician: Helen Z. Altenbach
  • Thanks: Patrick Bloche
  • Thanks: Frédérique Bredin
  • Thanks: Constance Buccafurri
  • Thanks: Thierry de Segonzac
  • Thanks: Françoise Pams
  • Thanks: Stéphane Lebars
  • Animation: Alexandre Melquiond
  • Animation: Andrea Giro
  • Animation: Barbara Dossi
  • Animation: David Carrière
  • Animation: Diego S. Mezquiriz
  • Animation: Eddy Okba
  • Animation: Eike Hoppmann
  • Animation: Jean Duval
  • Animation: Lucas Veber
  • Animation: Luke Burnet
  • Animation: Martin Campos Amoros
  • Animation: Mourad Simoussa
  • Animation: Nicolas Ménard
  • Animation: Olivier Montero
  • Animation: Sophie Zourane
  • Assistant Production Manager: Gaëlle Santamarta
  • Associate Editor: Zurine Ainz
  • CG Supervisor: Frank Baradat
  • Compositors: Alexandre Marlier
  • Digital Compositors: Baptiste Chauveau
  • Digital Compositors: Brian Padilla
  • Digital Compositors: Maxime Poron
  • Digital Compositors: Pablo Gotor
  • First Assistant Editor: Lisa Shaw Phillips
  • First Assistant Editor: Scott A. Jacobs
  • Lead Animator: Jack Vandenbroele
  • Lighting Artist: Mathieu Krysztoforski
  • Master Lighting Artist: Sylvain Potel
  • Orchestrator: Edward Trybek
  • Production Coordinator: Demetrios Tzamaras
  • Production Coordinator: François de Chateleux
  • Scoring Mixer: Noah Scot Snyder
  • Script Supervisor: Kelly Lake
  • Set Designer: Edwin Rhemrev
  • Sound Recordist: Danny Ferraro
  • Special Effects: Simon Popot
  • VFX Artist: Mika Margolles
  • VFX Artist: Pablo Penchansky
  • VFX Artist: Rodrigue El Hajj
  • VFX Artist: Sergio Juan Gomez
  • VFX Artist: Tom O’Bready
  • Visual Effects: Ben Fournet
  • Visual Effects: Francois Boussard
  • Visual Effects: François-Xavier Lepeintre
  • Animation: Timo Berg
  • Animation: Benjamin Faure

Movie Reviews:

  • paulv: Nothing will beat the first film. The originality fades with most sequels. Unfortunately this is more the rule rather than the exception. For the same reason, I hope they don’t bother to create another “Rango”. That was another fun and brilliant animation in my opinion. Kids will like it and by all means don’t avoid it. Just don’t have high expectations.
  • Reno: **It’s a family time!**

    I’m not a fan of this film, except I always loved Minions, particularly their solo film before this one. That prequel was awesome, so much fun. But it’s hard to believe, this franchise has already reached three films/parts. Yeah, the Minions helped to find its place among the animation fans, but in this film they were kind of ignored. That’s the truth. They had less screenspace which directly affected the film and those who love them.

    Gru is set to meet his twin brother, Dru, who is dreaming to be like his father, a supervillain. But now changed Gru is not interested to help his brother. Instead, he uses him to accomplish on what he had failed recently. Okayish story, but it had some good fun. It’s almost given a hint about the possible plot for the next sequel. I think kids would enjoy it without expecting much. So a one time watchable film.

    _6/10_

  • John: The 80s scene at the beginning was awesome and worth a watch. The rest was the traditional weird mess shared by all the other Despicable Me movies.
  • r96sk: A no-frills third installment of ‘Despicable Me’.

    I found the initial few scenes of ‘Despicable Me 3’ to be solid, with a few chuckles chucked in there. However, from around minute 30 it loses all steam and ends up being a fine but uninspiring 90 minutes. The voice cast are alright, but the characters themselves aren’t all that interesting.

    Steve Carell and Trey Parker are good, as is an underused Kristen Wiig. Jenny Slate’s character seems forgotten, like I feel like it sets up something with Valerie Da Vinci early on but I don’t even recall what happens to her here – a waste, as my first impressions were positive. The minions are fine, not as funny at this point but there’s some minor amusement there still. I, also, didn’t dig the addition of Gru’s brother, fwiw.

    Pharrell Williams’ music, meanwhile, feels overused and ever so slightly rehashed. Gone are the days of ‘Happy’ – but hey! Only two years until ‘Despicable Me 4’! Woo…

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